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GDPR Material and Territorial Scopes. Posted by Tara Taubman-Bassirian on February 8, 2018.
GDPR National Legislation Survey as of January 19 2018. Royal Mail – 2040 information law blog. Requested Info LTT. Diag RGPD. International Organizations and the EU General Data Protection Regulation by Christopher Kuner. Index.cfm. Amp.theguardian. T 9.24pm (and one second) on the night of Wednesday 18 December 2013, from the second arrondissement of Paris, I wrote “Hello!”
To my first ever Tinder match. Since that day I’ve fired up the app 920 times and matched with 870 different people. I recall a few of them very well: the ones who either became lovers, friends or terrible first dates. I’ve forgotten all the others. But Tinder has not. New Air Passenger Data Processing Rules to Apply from 2018. Ready, steady, go… Clock countdown formally starts for the reform of three major pieces of EU data legislation!
It’s finally final – three separate pieces of data privacy-related legislation in the EU will be coming into effect soon: As anticipated by Sophie last month here, the final version of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been adopted, translated into the EU’s official languages, and published in the 4th May edition of the Official Journal (OJ) of the EU (OJ 2016, L119/1, Vol 59, on page 1), officially entitled ‘Regulation 2016/679’.Also published in the same edition is the Directive for the police and criminal justice sector, governing the handling of data in law enforcement situations (officially ‘Directive 2016/680’, on page 29). Publication in the OJ marks the formal end of each legislative process in respect of these instruments and creates a countdown clock: I wrote a post last year about the PNR Directive as it was passing through the EU legislative process.
The accountability principle. The European Data Protection Board and the consistency mechanism. National supervisory authorities. Automated decision making. The significance of GDPR enforcement and compliance mechanisms. Restrictions. Complaints and judicial remedies. Key concept and definitions. Keeping records and ensuring security. The right to privacy. Data Protection Advisors. GDPR likely to affect internal processes heavily, warns lawyer. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) means that most businesses that deal with the personal data of European Union (EU) citizens will have to change the way they think about data protection, according to Tim Maiorino, a data protection lawyer at Osborne Clarke based in Germany.
National data protection authorities seem to get the most attention when they impose fines and penalties for violations of data protection laws and regulations.
Consider, for example, the Italian DPA, which imposed the highest privacy fine ever issued by a European authority — in the amount of 5,880,000 euros — on a U.K. company for its violation of Italian laws on consent. Or France’s CNIL, which, in May 2017, levied a fine of 150,000 euros on social networking site Facebook for its breach of the French Data Protection Act. And, in February of this year, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs reached a $2.2 million settlement with VIZIO, Inc., for allegedly installing data-gathering software on TV devices it sold without the knowledge of its customers. There are, however, many other ways in which the activities of national or regional DPAs can positively and directly affect businesses.
DPAs respond to complaints but also educate Conclusion. When the world’s DPAs get together: Resolutions of the ICDPPC. Data protection authorities around the globe participate in a forum known as the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners.
To be accepted into the Conference, members must be the highest data protection or privacy enforcement body in their nation, with an “appropriate range of legal powers” as well as “autonomy and independence.” Conference members convene annually, participate in working groups and committees, and ultimately develop public resolutions and reports. Although their goals include promoting privacy rights internationally, they are also invested in “dialogue, cooperation, and information sharing,” particularly regarding enforcement actions. Accordingly, privacy professionals concerned about protecting their employers’ and clients’ interests do well to know about and understand not only the Conference’s membership and inner workings, but also the significant body of policy work the Conference produces via its reports and resolutions.
Recommendations on European Data Protection Certification. Communications en ligne: le respect de la vie privée renforcé. La commission des libertés civiles a adopté jeudi un projet de propositions visant à garantir des normes élevées en matière de respect de la vie privée, de confidentialité et de sécurité dans les communications électroniques à travers l’UE.
Ces propositions s’appliqueraient aux services téléphoniques et aux SMS, et mettraient à niveau les règles existantes de l’UE en matière de respect de la vie privée et de communications électroniques, afin de couvrir les services en ligne les plus récents, tels que WhatsApp, Skype, Messenger et Facebook. Le texte, rédigé par Marju Lauristin (S&D, EE), constitue le projet de mandat du Parlement pour les négociations avec le Conseil relatives à la révision des règles sur la vie privée et les communications électroniques. Il a été adopté par 31 voix pour, 24 contre et 1 abstention.
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