Summary of the CJEU Decision on Legality of Bulk Surveillance in the Electronic Communications Sector

11/10/2020


Summary of the CJEU Decision on Legality of Bulk Surveillance in the Electronic Communications Sector

Summary of the Court of Justice of the European Union decision regarding mass surveillance practices by the United Kingdom authorities.


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Privacy Compliance Journey Series: Gap Analysis

11/09/2020


Privacy Compliance Journey Series: Gap Analysis

How to know what privacy gaps need to be addressed in a privacy programme? This article will provide you an answer highlighting important steps to consider on the way.


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Privacy Compliance Journey Series: Starting a Privacy Programme

18/08/2020


Privacy Compliance Journey Series: Starting a Privacy Programme

Whether you are just starting your privacy programme or you already have it in place, The Privacy Compliance Journey Series will help you build a successful one or give you an idea or two to enhance your existing programme. This article covers three very important elements when starting the privacy programme.


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Five Steps to Take After the Schrems II Decision

06/08/2020


Five Steps to Take After the Schrems II Decision

On July 16, 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has invalidated the Privacy Shield Framework with immediate effect and strengthen the requirements for organizations relying on Commission’s Decision 2010/87/EU on controller to processor Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) for transfers of personal data to third countries. In the same decision the CJEU took the view that SCCs are still valid. However, the CJEU has stated that individuals whose personal data is transferred to a third country pursuant to SCCs, must enjoy the same level of protection as they would under the privacy laws of the European Union (EU). What should organizations do in the light of the CJEU ruling?


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