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Norway fines dating app Grindr $7.16M [NOK 65M] over privacy breach
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 EU rules.
contract of adhesion d/b/a terms of use with "privacy settings"
In 2020, Norway's Consumer Council filed a complaint against Grindr for disclosing information about its users, including GPS locations, IP addresses, ages, gender and their use of the app, to several third parties for marketing purposes. That allowed users to be identified and third parties to potentially share personal information further.
by Cat on Thu Dec 16th, 2021 at 12:20:05 AM EST
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