Dec 152021
 December 15, 2021  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Laws, Non-U.S.

AP reports:

Norway’s data privacy watchdog on Wednesday fined gay dating app Grindr 65 million kroner ($7.16 million) for sending sensitive personal data to hundreds of potential advertising partners without users’ consent — a breach of strict European Union privacy rules.

The Norwegian Data Protection Authority said it imposed its highest fine to date because the California-based company didn’t comply with the EU’s tough data protection regulations. Norway isn’t a member of the 27-nation bloc but closely mirrors the rules of the European Union.

Read more at AP.

The data protection authority had signalled its intention to fine Grindr in a statement that lay out the facts and relevant factors in January, 2021.

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