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Europe Data Protection Digest | Norwegian DPA issues NOK 5M fine and other EU enforcement news Related reading: NPC to consider final passage of China's PIPL



  • 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. Datatilsynet also fined BRAbank NOK 400,000 for insufficient risk assessment.
  • Denmark's DPA, Datatilsynet, issued a DKK 200,000 fine against the municipality of Vejle for insufficient security measures that led to a data breach.
  • Greece's DPA, the Hellenic Data Protection Authority announced a 15,000 euro fine against Purple Sea Sole Proprietorship over the unlawful installation and operation of a video surveillance system.
  • 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.

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