- The New York State Office of the Attorney General announced Home Depot agreed to a $17.5 million settlement with 46 U.S. states and Washington, D.C., over a 2014 data breach that affected approximately 40 million consumers. The retailer will also be required to hire a chief information security officer.
- The District Court of Central Netherlands ruled VoetbalTV does not have to pay the 575,000 euro EU General Data Protection Regulation fine because the Dutch data protection authority, Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens, did not present enough evidence or a detailed explanation to support allegations of a lack of legitimate interest.
- Norway's data protection authority, Datatilsynet, reduced a fine against Norwegian Customs from NOK 900,000 to NOK 400,000 after reassessing part of its investigation into the collection and storage of border-crossing images.
- Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission announced financial penalties against five companies, including a $120,000 fine to Secur Solutions Group, over various violations of the Personal Data Protection Act.
- South Korea's Personal Information Protection Commission announced a 6.7 billion won fine against Facebook for breach of consent provisions under the Personal Information Protection Act 2011 over a span of six years.
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