Privacy activist files complaints against Apple's tracking tool

Privacy activist files complaints against Apple's tracking tool

BERLIN (Reuters) - A group led by privacy activist Max Schrems on Monday filed complaints with German and Spanish data protection authorities over Apple's AAPL.O online tracking tool, alleging that it allows iPhones to store users' data without their consent in breach of European law.

The background to EU citizens' court win over US tech giants

The background to EU citizens' court win over US tech giants

June 2018: Schrems files his second case against Facebook Ireland, arguing that the standard contractual clauses and the EU-US Privacy Shield are invalid, as they do not fully protect citizens’ rights.

Top EU data protection agency under pressure to act against Internet giants as GDPR turns 2 years old

Top EU data protection agency under pressure to act against Internet giants as GDPR turns 2 years old

With its public statement, the Irish DPC is trying to signal that it is working hard on these big cases, but Schrems doesn’t think it is making enough progress.

Facebook admits to circumventing GDPR

Facebook admits to circumventing GDPR

The group, led by privacy advocate Max Schrems, sought to prove that Facebook was deliberately circumventing GDPR and continuing to process users PII.

Facebook, Privacy Activist Schrems Face Off in July 9 Court Hearing

Facebook, Privacy Activist Schrems Face Off in July 9 Court Hearing

Facebook will face Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems next week at Europe's top court in a landmark case that could affect how hundreds of thousands of companies transfer personal data worldwide as well as Europeans' privacy rights.

Austrian data privacy activist files complaint against Apple, Amazon, others

Austrian data privacy activist files complaint against Apple, Amazon, others

REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader/File Photo The action by noyb, chaired by data privacy activist Max Schrems, also named Netflix (NFLX.O), Spotify (SPOT.N) and YouTube (GOOGL.O), after it tested them by requesting private data the companies hold about the user.