The Munich-based fintech company Scalable had to report a data leak in October 2020. In December 2021, the Munich Regional Court awarded a plaintiff damages for non-material loss. Scalable has now withdrawn the appeal it filed. What does...
Following the decision of the Munich Regional Court on compensation for pain and suffering due to non-material damage resulting from the use of Google Fonts on a website, an increasing number of threatening letters under data protection law can now be found. The authors send data protection...
In its ruling of January 20, 2022, the Regional Court of Munich decided that the disclosure of the dynamic IP address to Google when using Google Fonts without the consent of the person concerned gives rise to a claim for damages (in the present case in the amount of €100)....
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