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International data transfers: EU urged to scrap use of binding corporate rules and model contract clauses in cloud computing amidst concerns over US surveillance of data International data transfers: EU urged to scrap use of binding corporate rules and model contract clauses in cloud computing amidst concerns over US surveillance of data Businesses should be prevented from using model contract clauses and binding corporate rules (BCRs) as mechanisms for processing personal data in the cloud because those arrangements do not prohibit US law enforcement bodies from gaining access to that information, it said. The report, ordered by the European Parliament's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE), said that the EU had created "derogations" from traditional rules governing international transfers of personal data that, in a cloud computing context, could not adequately protect the privacy of that information. It said BCRs and model contract clauses were examples of the 'derogations' created and that both are were "equally unsuitable to prevent the use of cloud data for surveillance purposes". The report (63-page / 1.32MB PDF) said that the EU had made "errors" when forging an agreement with the US over the recognition of US organisations' data protection standards.
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Data Protection Regulation - Information Technology and Telecoms - Germany Data Protection Regulation - Information Technology and Telecoms - Germany In December we reported on the EU Commission's unofficial draft of the reform of the European Data Protection Directive 95/46/EU. On 25 January 2012 the Commission's official proposal for the Regulation was presented. We have analysed this 119-page draft and have summarised its main aspects in this Newsletter. Although there will be further changes to the draft before its envisaged entry into force in 2015/2016, the decisive legislative phase begins now, with the possibility for interest groups to exert their influence.
New EU Data Protection Regime Will Bring Significant Changes - Information Technology and Telecoms - Germany New EU Data Protection Regime Will Bring Significant Changes - Information Technology and Telecoms - Germany On 25 January 2012 the Commission's official proposal for the reform of the European Data Protection Directive 95/46/EU was presented. We have analysed this 119-page draft and have summarised its main aspects. Although there will be further changes to the draft before its envisaged entry into force in 2015/2016, the decisive legislative phase begins now, with the possibility for interest groups to exert their influence. On the whole, the Regulation is essentially in line with the law applicable in Germany to date. However, there will be numerous significant amendments in future: There are substantial amendments concerning the scope of application.
Hogan Lovells Submits Comments on Proposed EU Regulation to UK Ministry of Justice The United Kingdom Ministry of Justice is engaged in a consultation on the impact of the proposal of the European Commission for a Data Protection Regulation to replace the EU Directive and implementing legislation, and solicited submissions by 6 March. On 29 February 2012, Hogan Lovells held a session in London for clients where we sought and obtained views on the impact of the proposals made by the European Commission for a new Data Protection Regulation. Yesterday, the firm made a submission to the Ministry of Justice on the proposed Regulation. This document contains a distillation of our own observations and comments made to us by clients since the proposals first became public knowledge. A copy of the submission is available here. Hogan Lovells Submits Comments on Proposed EU Regulation to UK Ministry of Justice
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Welcome PRIVIREAL is a EUROPEAN COMMISSION Framework 5 funded project examining the implementation of the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC in relation to medical research and the role of ethics committees. The Directive in general aims to remove obstacles to the flow of personal data by requiring a high level of protection of fundamental rights (in particular, privacy) in the Member States. Each State has implemented the Directive differently and it is unclear how medical research, specifically, will be affected. This project was created to gather information regarding the implementation of this Directive across Europe. Welcome
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Successful 4th PrivacyOS in Oxford Our Fourth European Privacy OpenSpace, hosted by the Oxford Internet Institute, in April 2010 finalized the series of four conferences supported by the European Commission. Again more than twenty talks and sessions were held and led to lively discussions amongst the more than 60 participants from numoerous european Countries and different stakeholders. While the PrivacyOS consortium and the coordinators are still in the process of preparing the final reports and evaluation a peak into the slides presented can already be given here. Presentation addressed a number of topics, amongst them: How to achieve Users`meaningful consent (European Privacy Directive)• Privacy for Cyborgs - Sensos meet social networks meet web technology PrivacyOS PrivacyOS
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Art. 29 Working Party Opinion on SNS Art. 29 Working Party Opinion on SNS According to the latest press release, the Art. 29 Working Party has issued an opinion (pdf) on social networking sites ("SNS") . In particular, it addresses how the SNS can meet its data protection obligations by considering who is the data controller (SNS providers; application providers; users are exempt under Art. 3.2 Data Protection Directive, but leaves the possibility that they could have data controller responsibilities); information to be provided by SNS; third party access and whether retention of data under a SNS. In sum, the Art. 29 Working Party provides:
The Data Protection Act 1998 gives you the right to access information held about you by organisations. The act governs how organisations can use the personal information that they hold - including how they acquire, store, share or dispose of it. The act is administered and enforced by the Information Commissioner - an independent authority who is appointed by the Queen and reports directly to parliament. Data protection is an international issue which results from European legislation We are responsible for government policy on data protection, and represent the UK in European data protection negotiations. Back to top Department for Constitutional Affairs - Data Protection - Data Protection Department for Constitutional Affairs - Data Protection - Data Protection
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Should Companies Sell Privacy Offsets? - Science and Tech It's time we were allowed to pay money for our privacy. We already "pay" for our online services by looking at advertising that has been augmented with personal data gleaned from our Internet perambulations. Maybe it's time we formalized the value of users' data. Then, to opt out of tracking, users could simply pay the difference between what they're worth to service providers with and without their data attached. It's not a tough calculation to make. Should Companies Sell Privacy Offsets? - Science and Tech
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Players and Pawns in the Game of Privacy Privacy is pretty constantly in the news at the moment. People like me can hardly take their eye off the news for a moment. This morning I was trying to do three things at once: follow David Allen Green's evidence at the Leveson inquiry (where amongst other things he was talking about the NightJack story which has significant privacy implications), listen to Viviane Reding talking about the new reforms to the data protection regime in Europe, and discover what was going on in the emerging story of 02's apparent sending of people's mobile numbers to websites visited via their mobile phones.... Big issues... and lots of media coverage... and lots of opportunities for academics, advocates of one position or other, technical experts and so forth to write/talk/tweet/blog etc on the subject. And many of us are taking the opportunity to say our bit, as we like to do. A good thing?
La France va-t-elle se doter d’une loi rendant obligatoire les notifications des violations de sécurité ? « Information Security Breaches & The Law La France va-t-elle se doter d’une loi rendant obligatoire les notifications des violations de sécurité ? La proposition de loi visant à mieux garantir le droit à la vie privée à l’heure du numérique, présentée le 6 novembre 2009 au Sénat par les sénateurs Yves Détraigne et Anne-Marie Escoffier, a été adoptée par le Sénat et transmise à l’Assemblée nationale le 24 mars 2010. (Historique de la législation.)
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ANALYSIS Last week was a big one for data breaches in the UK, as Zurich was hit with a £2.27 million fine for losing customer information. It was the biggest fine ever handed out by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) for a data security failing. Later in the week, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) found both Yorkshire Building Society and DSG Retail, the owner of PC World, in breach of the Data Protection Act. Does the ICO have enough power to stop data breaches?
European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights - FRA This FRA survey is the first-ever to collect comparable data on Jewish people’s experiences and perceptions of antisemitism, hate-motivated crime and discrimination across a number of EU Member States, specifically in Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Its findings reveal a worrying level of discrimination, particularly in employment and education, a widespread fear of victimisation and heightening concern about antisemitism online.
Depuis plusieurs mois, la CNIL constate une augmentation du nombre de projets liés, directement ou indirectement, à la révision de la directive européenne relative à la protection des données personnelles. Au niveau de la Commission européenne, plusieurs études ont été lancées : Une étude comparative sur les différentes approches face aux nouveaux défis de la protection des données. La réflexion engagée vise à évaluer si les dispositions de la directive constituent toujours un instrument garantissant le droit fondamental à la protection des données à la lumière des développements qui interviendront dans les prochaines années. L'impressionnante profusion des initiatives tendant à la révision de la directive de 1995 sur la protection des données
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Irish ministers fight EU bid to give Israel data - Republic of Ireland, Local & National
Global Privacy Enforcement Authorities Launch Cooperative Network and Website
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