I am going to moderate International Data Transfers & Compliance Summit’s breakout session: Data transfers to third countries.
10 biggest and most interesting GDPR fines and what can we learn from them to ensure better data protection compliance.
Looking over EU’s data protection landscape in 2020 and what 2021 can bring.
Data Protection Day is celebrated each year on 28 January. It’s good opportunity to look at privacy landscape and its further development.
French data protection authority imposed on Google a GDPR fine in amount of €50 million. What can we learn from it?
People are more and more concerned about how their data is used. EU data protection authorities have received almost 100,000 complaints since EU GDPR is enacted.
Facebook’s users dropped in Europe and US Recently Facebook published latest (Q3) user and revenue update, having the overall users base drop (in Europe and US, mainly). While the drop of users, when compared to total numbers, is small, it is strong signal that users in Europe are not happy with some of Facebook’s practices. […]
UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published guidance on privacy notices under EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). GDPR introduces new requirements for controllers on notifying data subjects about processing of their data. GDPR requires privacy notices to be understandable and accessible. ICO’s guidance provides best practice on communicating privacy information to individuals. Access guidance
Yesterday (October 19, 2016) the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its judgment in case Patrick Breyer v. Bundesrepublik Deutschland, in which court recognizes that dynamic IP addresses registered by websites are personal data. CJEU followed the Opinion of the Advocate General delivered earlier this year. In its decision CJEU concluded that […]