The European Data Protection Board (the “EDPB”) recently adopted Guidelines on Article 25 Data Protection by Design and Default (4/2019). In the Guidelines, the EDPB focuses on the core [...]
The General Court declares the shape of the ‘Rubik’s Cube’ not to be fulfilling the requirements for being registered as EU trade mark
Most of us have some sort of relation to the famous three-dimensional puzzle, the Rubik’s Cube, which exploded in the market in the early 80’s. It was registered as a three-dimensional trade mark [...]
CJEU: Search engine operators may be required to de-reference links to webpages containing special categories of sensitive personal data.
On September 24th the CJEU delivered two new rulings (C-136/17 and C-507/17) on search engine operators’ liability for processing special categories of personal data. In the first case, the CJEU [...]
Recently, two separate rulings have clarified the scope of an individual’s right to access under article 15 of the GDPR and the requirement to obtain “cookie consent” under the e-Privacy [...]
Last Tuesday, the Swedish Supreme Court ruled in a case regarding whether the storage of goods bearing copyrighted motifs can infringe on exclusive distribution rights. According to the Swedish [...]
One year after the GDPR came into effect, the Swedish Data Protection Authority has published a national integrity report. The report presents statistics and the progress regarding personal [...]