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Published 30 abril 2021
We are delighted to welcome you to the first edition of our monthly Data And Cyber Bulletin.
Each month, we will bring you key data risk and cyber updates, trends and news, and we will have guest articles from our expert partners with whom we work on a day-to-day basis when responding to incidents for our clients. We will also set out a summary of the month’s key fines and penalties (see the tracker here).
This month, we focus on:
Two recent European supervisory authority decisions concerning the use of facial recognition technology by the Swedish Police and a supermarket in the Netherlands.
Why the Norwegian data protection authority’s fine against Grindr is particularly interesting, given the inference of sexual orientation data.
A recent Polish data protection authority fine against a controller for failing to comply with an order to notify data subjects of a personal data breach. DAC Beachcroft’s cyber team is starting to see a regulatory trend towards imposing obligations on controllers to notify data subjects, making this decision particularly timely.
We hope you enjoy reading this month’s newsletter.
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