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Europe Data Protection Digest | Why the Spanish Supreme Court overturned PHV data-sharing obligations Related reading: A roundup of US privacy litigation updates

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In July, the Spanish Supreme Court voided the Royal Decree that imposes on private hire vehicle licensees the obligation to register in real-time, in a national register managed by the Ministry of Transport, all services provided, including specific data, such as the name and ID number of the passenger, time and date of the service, and points of origin and destination of each trip. MLAB Of Counsel Juan Montero breaks down the ruling, which is one of the first by a high national court on data-sharing in urban transportation.
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