- Norway's data protection authority, Datatilsynet, announced a NOK 5 million fine to the toll company Ferde for unlawful transfers of personal data to China. An investigation found Ferde did not have a legal basis for its transfers, a data processor agreement or proper risk assessments over a two-year period.
- The U.K. Information Commissioner's Office fined restaurant chain Papa John's 10,000 GBP for sending 168,022 marketing messages without consumer consent.
- The Colorado attorney general's office announced a $25,000 settlement with Colorado-based property management company Impact MHC over a data breach affecting more than 15,000 individuals. The breach stems from a phishing scam that exposed Social Security numbers and financial details of Impact customers and employees.
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