Judgments on the GDPR and national data protection law

Courts in the EU, and in particular the CJEU, repeatedly issue landmark judgments on the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and data protection law. We analyse these rulings and explain what they mean in practice.

CJEU defines right to a copy under Art. 15 GDPR

In what form and to what extent must copies of personal data be provided when data subjects exercise their data protection rights? The CJEU provides clarity and sets new standards.

CJEU rules on damages under Art. 82 GDPR

Non-material damages, damages, and the materiality threshold – the CJEU issues a long-awaited ruling. But the legal certainty now provided could lead to large waves of lawsuits.

CJEU on the right of access to data recipients

Controllers must name the specific recipients of personal data when answering right to access requests – unless one of the few exceptions applies.

Upcoming CJEU rulings on data protection matters

Recently, a number of important questions regarding the GDPR have been referred to the CJEU. We will give you an overview on the proceedings and their relevance for data protection practice.

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