Association of German Data Protection Authorities Issues a Paper on Employee Data Protection

05/10/2020


Association of German Data Protection Authorities Issues a Paper on Employee Data Protection

Association of German Data Protection Authorities (“Datenschutzkonferenz” or “DSK”) has issued a paper on employee data protection outlining what employers in private sector have to take into account when processing employee personal data.


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The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information Has Issued 35.3 Million Euros Fine to Hennes and Mauritz

02/10/2020


The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information Has Issued 35.3 Million Euros Fine to Hennes and Mauritz

The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (HmbBfDI) has issued a fine of 35,258,707.95 Euros against H&M Hennes & Mauritz Online Shop A.B. & Co KG. The company is registered in Hamburg and operates a service center in Nuremberg.


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European Commission - Ethics of Connected and Automated Vehicles

21/09/2020


European Commission - Ethics of Connected and Automated Vehicles

The European Commission has issued a report on Ethics of Connected and Automated Vehicles - Recommendations on road safety, privacy, fairness, explainability and responsibility. It contains 20 recommendations concerning the future development and use of connected and automated vehicles.


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The European Parliament Paper on Schrems 2

21/09/2020


The European Parliament Paper on Schrems 2

The European Parliament has prepared a document on Schrems 2 decision to its Members, to assist them in their parliamentary work.


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The UK Information Commissioner’s Office Has Introduced the Accountability Framework

14/09/2020


The UK Information Commissioner’s Office Has Introduced the Accountability Framework

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office has published its Accountability Framework which can help organizations to comply with data protection laws.


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Irish Data Protection Commission Triggers the Dispute Resolution Mechanism

21/08/2020


Irish Data Protection Commission Triggers the Dispute Resolution Mechanism

For the first time since the GDPR came into force, a matter has been referred to the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) to adopt the binding decision under Article 65 of the GDPR. In May 2020, the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) has submitted the draft decision in relation to a statutory inquiry it has completed into Twitter, to other concerned Supervisory Authorities for their opinions and views.


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