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Regulator rules consent is required for call recordings

by Camilla Winlo / 01 May, 2019
The Danish Data Protection Authority, Datatilsynet, has ruled on 8 April that calls can only be recorded for internal training purposes with the consent of the caller.
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Taxi firm fined heavily under GDPR for data retention

by Peter Galdies / 01 Apr, 2019
GDPR data retention rules have claimed their first victim with a taxi firm being fined £140,000 for the unlawful retention of trip details.

"Cookie walls" non-compliant with GDPR says regulator

by Peter Galdies / 20 Mar, 2019
"Cookie walls" that insist a website visitor agree to tracking for ad-targeting as a condition of entry to the site are non-compliant with the GDPR a regulator has confirmed

Google gets 50 million euro GDPR fine for lack of transparency

by Peter Galdies / 22 Jan, 2019

Google has been hit with a 50 million euro fine concluding that personalisation of advertisements was conducted with a lack of transparency & consent.

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SCL fined £15,000 for failing to respond to DSAR

by Peter Galdies / 11 Jan, 2019

SCL Elections, the parent company of troubled Cambridge Analytica, has been fined £15,000 by the ICO for failing to fulfill a data subject access request from a US citizen.