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The Austrian Federal Administrative Court rejected an appeal against a decision by the Austrian DPA: the failure to inform a data subject under Article 14 GDPR of a processing activity does not result in the general unlawfulness of said processing under Article 6. Furthermore, the BVwG again confirmed that Credit reference agencies may store data on payment defaults for five years after the debt has been cleared.
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The Austrian Federal Administrative Court rejected an appeal against a decision by the Austrian DPA:
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The failure to inform a data subject under Article 14 GDPR does not result in the general unlawfulness of the processing of their data.
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Furthermore, the BVwG again confirmed that Credit reference agencies may store data on payment defaults for five years after the debt has been cleared.
  
 
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