The ICO agreed that the AdTech industry had violated the GDPR but says that a tribunal will decide the matter 'in due course'
The regulator had proposed to impose a £99 million fine on the hotel chain last year
The company has notified guests whose information was compromised in the incident
Brave describes Google's privacy policies as 'hopelessly vague and unspecific'
Von der Leyen said that Europe "set the pattern for the world" the GDPR, and "we have to do the same with artificial intelligence"
Ireland will investigate whether Google's processing of personal data through its online Ad Exchange violates EU privacy laws
The company has 30 days to audit its data practises, or face the maximum £17 million fine
GDPR is now online and firms need to comply or risk heavy fines. Here are the details you need to ensure you're ready
Iland's Frank Krieger runs down some of the issues that organisations will have to sort out before 25 May
Digital secretary Matt Hancock urges organisations to prepare for GDPR - with less than half even aware of the new law
With only four months to go, many organisations haven't even heard of GDPR, let alone made the fundamental data-protection changes it demands
More than 90 per cent of the largest companies say that they are ready for the regulation, but few have taken the necessary steps
Businesses are struggling to understand how the GDPR will work, suggests survey
The draft guidance aims to help data controllers and data processors understand their roles
New proposals will protect professionals who have to handle personal data without consent
Kazoup's Johan Holder warns that unmanaged, unstructured data will pose major risks to organisations when the GDPR comes into force in just nine months
Only two per cent of 'GDPR-ready' organisations are actually compliant
Is the GDPR a guiding light to the benefits of big data, or its death knell?
Mistakenly thinking Brexit provides exemption and not reading the new definition of personal data are just two factors stopping companies preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation
Small organisations are less likely to be ready than large ones
Organisations could be swamped with subject access requests under GDPR, warns IBM's GDPR expert Steve Norledge
PPI claims firms, activists and others could make subject-access requests en masse, warns Norledge
IBM UK & Ireland GDPR lead Steve Norledge argues that organisations should see GDPR as an opportunity
GDPR four per cent fine won't be 'loaded shotgun fired off left, right and centre' predicts Hounslow Council information manager
ICO will seek to educate rather than fine, says Matthew Kay
Cloud worries still prevalent as May 2018 approaches, finds research
Large vendors used to handing out boilerplate terms and unused to negotiating contract details will struggle with GDPR, warn CIOs