The reach of GDPR and overseas websites

20/01/2021 | 11KBW Panopticon blog

A judgment of Jay J in Soriano v Forensic News and Others has recently received treatment in UK case law. The case deals with the question of an overseas website, which sometimes receives visitors from the UK, and whether it falls within the territorial reach of the GDPR – and/or UKGDPR.

UPDATE: 280121 - Pinsent Masons offers a good summary US publisher not within GDPR scope despite European readership

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