GDPR: Spotify falls foul of Swedish Regulator
Syndicated By: Iain Fraser - Cybersecurity Journalist Gibraltar

In a widely reported story UK based Music Platform Spotify has fallen foul of Swedish Regulators for alleged GDPR Violations.

It is believed that the music streaming giant is likely to face a fine of around €5 million ($5.4M) in Sweden years after it was originally accused of breaching the data access rights of users in the European Union by not providing full information about personal data it processes in response to individual requests.

The complaint argued the music streaming platform failed to provide all personal data requested; did not provide information on the purposes of the processing; nor on recipients; and also did not provide information on international transfers, among other allegations.

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