Google and digital advertising firms are the targets of fresh privacy complaints filed in six EU countries in December over the way they sell ads to potential advertisers through a bidding process. See key media reports about our latest campaign.
Organisations from 6 countries have today lodged complaints with their data protection authorities about the behavioural advertising industry’s harmful practices of broadcasting people’s personal data on the internet.
Civil society organisations push for full transparency of political ads online to avoid misleading and disguised ads, which can easily distort political preferences.
As Orban continues his assault on rights and freedoms, we urge the Commission to use the tools it has to protect the rights to free speech and personal data.
Liberties, the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union, and Access Now recommend that the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) ask the EU Commission to launch an infringement procedure against Hungary.
FaceApp’s new old-age filter is fun — who doesn’t want to see into the future? But getting a look at yourself with wrinkles and white hair comes at the expense of your privacy.
Google has been fined for the first time under the new EU privacy regulation after France’s CNIL data protection authority handed down a 50 m euro penalty for breaching the privacy law by failing to obtain adequate...
The Romanian data protection authority has sent questions to journalists who authored an article on a corruption case, and has asked for information which could reveal the article’s sources.
Reporters of the investigative Rise project in Romania were ordered last Thursday to reveal their sources or face huge fines under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The Organised Crime and Corruption...
Apple CEO Tim Cook expressed his company’s supports for Europe’s news data protection regulation, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). At the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy...