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CJEU Finds Website Operators Using Social Media Plugins Are Joint Controllers

On July 29, 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) found that a website operator using a social media plugin is a joint controller with the social media company providing the plugin and can be held jointly liable in relation to such processing activities. Although the case was decided under the Privacy … Continue Reading

Thumbs Up for Privacy Shield Implementation, but Ombudsman Must be Appointed by February 28, 2019

The European Commission published its report on the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield on Dec. 19. The report shows that the United States “continues to ensure an adequate level of protection” for personal data transferred under the Privacy Shield from the EU to participating companies in the U.S., noting that the steps taken by U.S. authorities to … Continue Reading
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