CJEU AG issues opinion on selling database including personal information

22/02/2024 | CJEU

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) Advocate General Priit Pikamäe has issued an opinion in Case C-693/22 stating that a court enforcement officer can legally sell a database containing personal information for the purpose of estimating its value in a civil law proceeding without first obtaining the consent of the data subjects. Pikamäe also said that the court enforcement officer should be designated as the data controller in this instance and that the processing of personal data would be considered lawful under the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

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