Predase Servicios Integrales SL was found guilty of violating Article 13 of the GDPR, resulting in a fine of €5000 imposed by the Spanish DPA.
A.A.A (claimant) v. Predase Servicios Integrales SL
Related deceptive patterns
Sneaking involves intentionally withholding or obscuring information that is relevant to the user (e.g. additional costs or unwanted consequences), often in order to manipulate them into taking an action they would not otherwise choose.
Controllers must provide identity, contact details, processing purposes and legal basis, recipient information, retention period, and data subject rights when collecting personal data.
Related to transparency and information to the affected party, and it requires the controller to provide certain information to data subjects when collecting their personal data.