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Europe Data Protection Digest | Italy's DPA fines Uber 4.2M euros for data processing violations, ICO lowers Clearview AI fine Related reading: Major Australian appliances chain halts facial recognition security trial

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  • Italy's data protection authority, the Garante, fined ridesharing platform Uber 4.2 million euros for alleged data processing violations. The Garante found a subsidiary of Uber processed users’ personal data without consent and without notifying supervisory agencies. Approximately 57 million users worldwide were affected. 
  • The U.K. Information Commissioner's Office announced a 7.55 million GBP fine against Clearview AI over the use of U.K. citizens' facial images in its global database. The fine, lowered from the initial 17 million GBP penalty notice served in November 2021, concerns data scraping and nonconsensual use of images toward Clearview's facial recognition technology.
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