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.
Consumer associations can bring GDPR cases to court without demonstrating a specific violation of individual rights
The CJEU confirmed that national law may allow consumer associations to bring GDPR claims to court, even if they are not mandated by the data subjects and without demonstrating a specific violation of data subjects’ rights.
A German Higher Labour Court confirms claim for damages of EUR 2,000, due to prohibited transfer of personal data within the group of companies.
A website user receives EUR 100 in damages from a website operator for unlawful linking to #Google Fonts. Find out why this is a violation of the #GDPR provisions in our discussion of the ruling.
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.
What the verdict means for European companies, which alternatives are available and why it does not only affect data transfers to the U.S.
The legality of SCCs, the expected judgment of the CJEU and the impact on companies that process data in third countries.