French Council of State Confirms GDPR Sanction, Lowers Penalty Fee
Following a recent data breach, Optical Center has been fined 250,000 euros by The Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL). The website breach allowed public access to invoices, purchase orders, and personal data of customers. On appeal, the French Highest administrative Court (Council of State) lowered the penalty to 200,000 euros. The reduction of the fine, although slight, proves that the opportunity to file an appeal may be a strategic option for companies operating in France. To read more on this recent update, please visit technologylawdispatch.com.
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