Facial recognition at airports can automate and speed up moving of passengers by replacing the control of travel and identity documents. Since it carries higher risk to the rights and freedoms of individuals, the CNIL has issued a set of recommendations to consider when implementing facial recognition at airports.
Securing an information system is essential to guarantee that the customers’ personal data is not stolen or compromised. SQL injection is a widespread attack, which can cause serious harm to individuals. It can allow a remote control of the server or installing a keylogger. The CNIL recommends how to protect against SQL attack and what to do in the case of becoming a victim of the attack.
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is running a consultation about an updated version of the Statutory guidance on how the ICO will exercise its data protection regulatory functions of information notices, assessment notices, enforcement notices and penalty notices. This consultation closes on November 12, 2020
The European Data Protection Board has published Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR version for public consultation. Comments should be sent by October 19, 2020.
The Irish Data Protection Commission has issued Guidance to individuals and organizations who accidentally receive personal data, and Guidance to controllers who lose control over personal data in those circumstances.
The CNIL, French Data Protection Authority, has published its new Control Charter which contains information on how CNIL enforces GDPR and the Data Protection Act. The CNIL has several missions and powers, including the possibility of controlling and sanctioning organizations.
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) has published the new Privacy Guide for Businesses. The Guide provides the summary of the PIPEDA and an overview of the CASL. It also addresses important points when dealing with data breaches and provides information on how to obtain a meaningful consent.
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued the Guidance on AI and data protection (Guidance). It provides a framework for auditing AI, focusing on best practices for data protection compliance. It provides a clear methodology to audit AI applications and ensure they process personal data fairly – something ICO has highlighted as the key challenge for artificial intelligence processing personal data.
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