On January 23, the Supreme Court rejected the unification of the case law of a worker who had reported that her dismissal originated after her employer decided, without her authorization, to review her institutional email.
The legal position established in 2015 by Vidal-Hall et al v Google Inc has recently been revised, clarifying the scope under which data protection compensation for the misuse of private information is available.
Are you worried that “Alexa” is listening to your conversations? Do you cover your laptop camera with tape? Well, it looks like even stepping into the mall may require full-body armor if you wish to keep your basic data truly private.