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Daily Dashboard | Brave's GDPR complaint adds another case to Irish DPC's workload Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Dec. 4, 2020

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On March 16, privacy web browser Brave filed a second EU General Data Protection Regulation complaint against Google for what it described as “Google's internal data free-for-all.” Under the GDPR Article 5(1)b, the purpose limitation principle, companies may only use personal data for the narrow, clearly defined purpose it was created for. Brave said Google’s internal data-sharing practices are unlawful and infringe on this principle. Jennifer Baker looks at the complaint and the Irish Data Protection Commission's current workload in this piece for The Privacy Advisor.
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