Austrian Data Protection Authority Finds Website Use of Google Analytics Violates GDPR

On December 22, 2021, the Austrian Data Protection Authority (DSB) found that medical news company, NetDoktor, violated Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by using Google LLC’s popular data analytics platform, Google Analytics (GA), on its website, which resulted in the transfer of personal information from Europe to Google’s servers located in the United States (U.S.).1 Such transfers are generally prohibited unless an adequate level of data protection exists pursuant to Article 44 of the GDPR, including through European Commission-approved standard contractual clauses (SCCs).


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