The Hungarian Data Protection Authority (Nemzeti Adatvédelmi és Információszabadság Hatóság, NAIH) has recently published its annual report in which it presented a case where the Authority imposed the highest fine to date of ca. EUR 670,000 (HUF 250 million).

The case involved the personal data processing of a


Continue Reading Record GDPR fine by the Hungarian Data Protection Authority for the unlawful use of artificial intelligence

The world is currently in a state of unprecedented data availability. Within the financial sector, and indeed every other sector, organisations have found themselves with an abundance of data and information that they can use to better navigate the changing face of commerce. In many ways, this is incredibly helpful.
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On 10 November 2021, the UK Supreme Court in a unanimous judgment allowed Google’s appeal against the Court of Appeal decision granting Mr Lloyd permission to continue his representative claim (i.e. a US-style opt-out “class action”) against Google. The judgment brings very welcome clarification in a rapidly evolving area of
Continue Reading Lloyd v Google – Supreme Court Judgment – report and impacts on data protection and mass claims in the UK

Background

On 30 September, the Competition and Consumer (Consumer Data Right) Rules 2020 (Cth) were amended[1] with the aim of lowering barriers of entry to Consumer Data Right regime (CDR) participation, as foreshadowed by the Australian Treasury’s prior proposal in April and related exposure draft legislation released
Continue Reading CDR v3: Australian Treasury moves to expand access to the Consumer Data Right regime