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Can audio surveillance be justified?

At the end of 2021, the Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate (DPA) issued a precept to a gas station using audio surveillance in its service stations, requiring them to, among other things, stop using audio surveillance. In the DPA’s opinion, audio surveillance could ...Mehr lesen

China’s New Regulations on Controlling Algorithmic Recommendations in Applications

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has circulated the Regulations on the Management of Algorithm Recommendations for Internet Information Services Provisions") since August 2021. The Regulations has been put in effect on 1 Mar 2022. The enactment of the ...Mehr lesen

Three criteria for the elaboration of the Regulation to the Ecuadorian data protection law

Ecuador continues to build its personal data protection system, for which those responsible for developing the regulation must properly understand and apply the criteria of the regulatory model that was assumed with the Personal Data Protection Law. Abstraction and ...Mehr lesen

Unpacking the New Privacy Regime in India: The When, Who, What, and How?

The new Indian Privacy law mimics GDPR when it requires a ‘privacy by design’ architecture, sets up a central data protection authority, and mandates heavy fines for non-compliance! And, if this new bill has even a fraction of the seminal impact that GDPR had on European ...Mehr lesen

The destruction of the algorithm: the new sanction for breaching the GDPR?

Since 2019, The Federlñ Trade Commission (FTC) has been seeking ways to punish the new digital unfair practices, consisting on illegally obtaining personal information from Internet users and exploit it with artificial intelligence tools. In this case, the punishment ...Mehr lesen

Personal data protection in Ecuador, a few steps forward

The process of designating the Personal Data Protection Authority, the next milestone in the construction of the national data protection system in Ecuador, begins. ...Mehr lesen

CCTV monitoring and the practice of the Hungarian DPA

CCTV monitoring has long been a key field for the Hungarian DPA. The article summarizes the DPA’s practice, as well as the related latests updates. ...Mehr lesen

Schrems II resolved? Unpacking the EU-US Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework

The United States and the European Commission have agreed in principle to a new Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework (the ‘Framework’) to foster EU-US data flows and address the concerns raised by the Court of Justice of the European Union (‘CJEU’) in the now infamous ...Mehr lesen

Important concepts in cross-border transfer of data from China

The Data Security Law (“DSL”) and Personal Information Protection Law (“PIPL”) of mainland China, which came into force last year, play an important role in regulating data privacy in mainland China, alongside the existing Cybersecurity Law (“CSL”). These three laws ...Mehr lesen

First European Code of Conduct for the pharma industry approved

A Code of Conduct regulating the processing of personal data in the field of clinical trials and other clinical research and pharmacovigilance has been approved. The code of conduct, promoted by Farmaindustria in Spain, regulates how the promoters of clinical studies ...Mehr lesen

CNIL orders 3 websites to stop using Google Analytics

The French supervisory authority has adopted 3 formal notices against famous French websites requiring them to stop using Google Analytics because of unlawful data transfers to the United States. ...Mehr lesen

The Polish DPA rules about the right to access the personal data contained in trackers

The Polish DPA (the President of the Personal Data Protection Office, further as "the Polish DPA") has reprimanded a webiste operator for infringing article 6(1), article 15 (1) and article 15 (3) GDPR. The Polish DPA also ordered the webiste operator to erase data ...Mehr lesen