Denmark joins Austria & Italy; declares Google Analytics unlawful

After thorough review, the Danish DPA ruled against allowing use of Google Analytics, having determined that the tool’s settings and terms of use don’t comply with EU regulations. This follows like decisions earlier this year by Austria and Italy and is seen to represent a common position among EU regulators.

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Class action served up against NBA

September 27, 2022

The US National Basketball Association (NBA) is accused, in a new class action lawsuit, of sharing digital information that combines personal information NBA allegedly collects on its video viewers with unique Facebook identifiers, rendering the personal data identifiable. The suit, brought by a California resident, claims the NBA profits substantially from sale of the data, and, since users have not been made aware of this use, this allegedly would be in violation of the 1988 Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA), which disallows having viewing history without consent.

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