GDPR accusations against Oracle and Salesforce 'without merit'

Marian McHugh
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European data privacy body suing tech giants over firms' adtech processing and sharing of personal data

Oracle and Salesforce are being accused in UK and Dutch courts of breaching GDPR for the way they process and share personal data through third-party cookies. The Privacy Collective, a non-gover...

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