Grindr to appeal Norway DPAs GDPR fine

15/02/2022 | Axios

Dating app Grindr is to appeal its £5.36 million fine (reduced from £8.6 million in December) from Norway's data protection authority, Datatilsynet, over EU General Data Protection Regulation violations. Grindr believes the decision "reflects incorrect interpretations of the GDPR and Norwegian law" and held the company responsible for "industry-wide practices notwithstanding that Grindr has maintained and continues to advance its strong compliance practices." 

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