Tag: consent

Tag: consent

The EDPB releases its Opinion on ‘Pay or Ok’ Models

The EDPB highlights the need to comply with all the requirements of the GDPR, in particular those for valid consent.   In the rapidly evolving landscape of ecommerce and data protection, it is paramount for businesses to understand how any new practices involving the processing of personal data may affect their user’s privacy and the

New Jersey Consumer Data Privacy Act: A comprehensive overview

The New Jersey Consumer Data Privacy Act (NJCDPA), was passed in January 2024, and details distinct requirements for organizations which process the data of New Jersey residents.    The state of New Jersey has implemented a robust framework of data protection laws to safeguard the personal information of its residents. Among the key laws is

”Pay or ok” — Does this new paid subscription model invalidate consent?

There has been much debate about the validity of consent under the GDPR as it relates to the “Pay or ok” paid subscription model on social media and other platforms and websites.   Since November 7, European users of Facebook and Instagram have had the option to pay a subscription in exchange for an ad-free

Data subjects’ consent is required for personalised ads – Italian SA warns TikTok

The Italian supervisory authority issues a formal warning after TikTok makes changes to its privacy policy and fails to get data subjects’ consent.    TikTok has recently made changes to its privacy policy stating that users aged above 18 would receive ‘personalised’ ads. From July 13th, users over 18 would receive ads based on profiling

New cookie consent popup launched by Google following CNIL fine

Google is rolling out a new cookie consent pop up, after receiving a fine from the CNIL under the EU GDPR.   Google recently shared a preview of its new cookie consent popup. This new popup will initially be available on YouTube in France. However Google has expressed that it plans to roll out the

GDPR consent explained by WP29

GDPR consent requirements, one of the most difficult GDPR areas for businesses to comply with, have been further explained by Article 29 Working Party. This is our choice of highlights from the new GDPR Consent Guidelines. Imbalance of power does not in all cases preclude valid GDPR consent Although cases of consent by employee to