Introduction

Identifiability; what can amount to personal data; and joint controllership are some of the issues addressed by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in its recent judgment in the IAB Europe case (C-604/22). This case concerned the use of personal data for online advertising purposes and the use

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Authors: James Clark and Verena Grentzenberg

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has delivered an important judgment on the scope and interpretation of the ‘automated decision-making’ framework under the GDPR.  It is a decision that could have significant implications for service providers who use algorithms to produce automated scores, profiles

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The European Data Protection Board has published new guidelines (14 November 2023) on the scope of Article 5(3) of the e-Privacy Directive – i.e., the so-called ‘cookie rule’.  

These guidelines apply a maximalist interpretation to the cookie rule, meaning that a wide variety of technologies other than traditional cookies are, in the opinion of the

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