Italian regulator adds voice opposing Google Analytics transfers from EU

Garante, the Italian data authority, found web publisher Caffeina Media Srl in violation of GDPR because its Google Analytics use resulted in the capture of EU personal data. This included device IP addresses, browser information, and visit dates and times – data which was subsequently transferred to the US. The Italian DPA also warned other local sites to check their own compliance. This follows a similar CNIL decision in France.

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