German court refers GDPR material damage claim to ECJ

Germany's Federal Constitutional Court (FCC) has passed a potentially groundbreaking decision, on whether an individual needs to prove material damage caused by the unsolicited use of their personal details to obtain compensation under GDPR rules, onto the European Court of Justice (ECJ).

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