[Cue “America’s Got Talent” X buzzer sound]
“No,” says the Berlin Superior Court of Justice. “You really don’t.”
- You can’t require consent to a privacy notice.
- You can’t have a default setting of sharing with third parties without informed consent (put a pin in this one for CCPA notice + opt out of sale also).
- And the bombshell one: The sentence in your privacy notice allowing sharing personal data as part of an asset deal is not sufficient for sharing the data (and you need consent of each individual).