Uber failed to properly handle the drivers’ personal data, and made it difficult for them to access it.
CNIL found that the company’s monitoring and data collection were disproportionate and excessively intrusive.
Insight from Shoosmiths’ first Data conference including helpful discussion of EU digital regulation, privacy frameworks, AI risks, cyberattacks and class actions.
With the rise of remote working and developments in the technology available, employers need to know what they can and cannot monitor.
Norton Rose Fulbright’s Annual Survey anticipates greater regulatory scrutiny and potential for an increase in governance dispute exposure.
Sam Tyfield considers the broader application for multinationals, market structure, technology, digital assets, regulation, and data privacy.
Decision underlines importance of cross-border data flows and boosts convergence in EU.
The company violated data protection regulation multiple times when launching the new digital mailbox mit.dk.