Dynamic IP Addresses Can be Personal Data

The European Court of Justice (“the Court”) answered an open question about the nature of dynamic IP addresses and how they may be considered personal data on Oct. 19, 2016.    

It is in the context of rapidly advancing sorting and identifying technology, combined with an abundance of individual data points today, that the Court considered the case of Patrick Breyer v. Federal Republic of Germany.      

Read more of Mitko Karushkov's contribution to AmCham's Business Connect, Issue 2 (171) 2016 by downloading the file below...