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This question cannot be answered authoritatively until these issues are taken up in court. However I believe you would have a good case. Photographs as you describe could be considered special category data. The aspects that may be relevant here are (from UK law): personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin; biometric data (where used for ...


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You are trying to invoke your Art 17 GDPR right to erasure. However, this right has many limitations. As a rule of thumb, your GDPR rights might not apply if their exercise would negatively impact other people. In this scenario, you're seeking to delete images from other people's private chats. Requiring Facebook to search their chat messages according to ...


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In the EU this would be already illegal without the debt. The lack of consent is implied in the question, and no other GDPR exception ground applies.


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What can one do to stop this? Refuse, and accept a lower likelihood that the visa will be granted. Visa officials, from Germany or otherwere, try to make sure that people applying for a visa meet the legal requirements. This includes ascertaining that marriages are actual marriages rather than a sham. One common procedure is to interview both spouses ...


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Such a law would be constitutional The US Congress could decide to require VPN providers to register the IPs that they provide to VPN customers. The use of such techniques would almost surely be considered "interstate or foreign commerce" and so Congress would have power under the Commerce Clause of the constitution to legislate concerning it. ...


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Posting such a pic and statement may give grounds for a lawsuit, but probably not Overview That is going to depend very much on the the jurisdiction, and on the specific facts. If the statement that the pictured person owes a debt is false, this may be a case of defamation, but that was explored thoroughly in Can you post a picture in your business to ...


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ADA is about "disabilities", and not being vaccinated is not a disability under the law. Applicability of HIPAA is very complex and unclear. The Privacy Rule refers to and restricts the actions of Covered Entities. Healthcare providers and insurance companies are Covered Entities. The regulation 45 CFR 160.103 defines "covered entity" as ...


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It isn't necessarily illegal to modify messages on a messaging platform owned by a private organization. This is probably covered in the Terms of Service (ToS) that you agreed to when you created an account. It also isn't illegal for them to read your messages, analyze them, or even monetize them if it is within the agreed upon ToS. Again, this isn't ...


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First of all, as several comments have said, anyone can sue for just about anything. Some suits are obviously without merit and will be promptly dismissed, and the people filing such suits may be penalized by the court, but the suits were still filed. Defamation If the online review contains statements of fact, or purported fact, which are defamatory, or ...


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