NOYB enforces your right to privacy everyday
CJEU landmark rulings on “credit ranking” and review of DPAsDez 07, 2023 The CJEU issued two judgments with far-reaching consequences for the credit ranking business and judicial review of DPAs
noyb sues CRIF and AZ Direct for illegal and secret data processingDez 04, 2023 noyb is suing for injunctive relief and damages, among other things.
noyb files GDPR complaint against Meta over “Pay or Okay”Nov 28, 2023 Meta charges up to €251.88 to respect the fundamental right to privacy of EU users. This is a violation of the GDPR
noyb files complaint against EU Commission over targeted chat control adsNov 16, 2023 The EU Commission used micro-targeting to promote its child sexual abuse legislation. This violated european privacy law
Address trader sues German DPA to prevent noyb from accessing filesOct 24, 2023 noyb asked the Hessian authority for access to the case file of the Acxiom complaint. The address trader filed an interim injunction against the authority
Streaming service DAZN took almost five years to answer a simple access requestOct 09, 2023 Under the GDPR, companies have one month to answer access requests. DAZN took almost five years
Meta (Facebook / Instagram) to move to a "Pay for your Rights" approachOct 03, 2023 In order to bypass the GDPR, Meta apparently plans to move to a "Pay for your Rights" approach
€ 5,8 million fine for Grindr confirmedSep 29, 2023 The Norwegian Privacy Appeals Board (Personvernnemnda) today announced that it upholds the Norwegian DPA’s fine of NOK 65 million (approximately € 5,8 million).
How mobile apps illegally share your personal dataSep 14, 2023 Some mobile apps share your personal data immediately after they're opened. This isn't compliant with EU privacy laws
Your Fitbit is useless – unless you consent to unlawful data sharingAug 31, 2023 noyb filed three complaints against Fitbit. The health and fitness company forces new app users to consent to data transfers
Annual Report 2022 out now!Aug 23, 2023 2022 was the year of major decisions in our long-standing cases on EU-US data