- The Wall Street Journal reports Spain’s data protection authority, the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos, fined Equifax approximately $1.1 million for allegedly scraping individuals’ publicly available data and using it in credit reports. The AEPD also ordered the company to delete the information, while European regulators are investigating data scraping by companies.
- Norway’s DPA, Datatilsynet, issued a notification of an infringement fee of NOK 5 million to toll company Ferde for allegedly transferring motorists’ personal data to China.
- According to DLA Piper's blog, "Privacy Matters," the German Federal Labor Court dismissed a claim that Article 15 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation grants a right to receive copies of emails as inadmissible.
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