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Lloyd v Google: Google win landmark data claim


The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled to block a representative action brought against Google by a former executive director of consumer watchdog Which? This landmark case identifies challenges for claimants seeking to rely on the misuse of private information in a data processing context and sets out conditions under which data subjects affected by a non-trivial data breach can claim compensation for “loss of control” of their personal data.

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