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Aklima khatun
Jan 31, 2022
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Since Facebook got its hands on WhatsApp special database back in 2014, the famous messaging app has invariably remained in the eye of the hurricane due to its lax protection policy for many (that's how many judge it at least). And there must be special database some laxity on data protection on the part of WhatsApp because the Irish Data Protection special database Commission ( DPC ) has imposed a record fine of 225 million euros (about 267 million euros) on the Facebook subsidiary. of dollars). The special database sanction anchors WhatsApp's breach of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, as the app has not bothered to inform its users how it shares information with Facebook. The investigation special database from which this fine derives began in 2018 with the ultimate goal of determining whether the special database application "fulfilled its transparency obligations" when informing its users how it uses their data. Initially, the DPC was considering a much special database smaller sanction (about 50 million euros) , but finally this has been raised significantly after the regulatory authorities of other EU countries blamed Ireland for its little hard hand with WhatsApp, whose special database parent Facebook is based precisely in this country. In any case, we are facing the most onerous sanction ever imposed by the DPC and one of the highest processed within the European Union in special database relation to compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD). The DPC would have
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