LaLiga facing €250k fine for GDPR violations in app used to spy on users

Spanish soccer league LaLiga is facing a fine of €250,000 (approximately $283,000) for GDPR violations resulting from a convoluted wiretap in their smartphone app intended to curb piracy of soccer match broadcasts. The Spanish Agency for Data Protection (La Agencia de Protección de Datos, or AEPD) levied the fine this week due to the league’s violation of consent-related clauses in the GDPR, as LaLiga did not properly disclose the nature of the microphone usage, according to a report from Spanish newspaper ABC.

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