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Extraterritorial Implications of Turkish Data Protection Legislation

This article explores the regulatory landscape for data controllers located outside Turkey and their obligations under the Turkish Data Protection Law. ...Mehr lesen

Violation of personal data protection by the City of Trnava as the Controller of personal data

In a recent decision by the Office for Personal Data Protection, we witnessed a case of violation of the Personal Data Protection Act and GDPR. The breach of personal data protection concerned the Controller, who unlawfully disclosed personal data of 47 affected ...Mehr lesen

A thin line between a typo and a data breach: A case study in enhancing data security practices

In a recent case, the Serbian Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection issued a cautionary notice to a bank, shedding light on its procedures for collecting and managing clients' email addresses for communication purposes. ...Mehr lesen

Europe’s AI Act: a new role for the Dutch Data Protection Authority?

"The genie is out of the bottle. We need to move forward on artificial intelligence development but we also need to be mindful of its very real dangers. I fear that AI may replace humans altogether." This quote from Stephen Hawking in 2017 is more relevant today than ...Mehr lesen

Financial companies for fast loans fined for processing personal data without consent from personal data subject

The North Macedonian Personal Data Protection Agency has issued several fines for financial companies for fast loans due to processing personal data contrary to the law i.e. without previous consent from the data subject. ...Mehr lesen

Activity of the personal data supervisory authority of Monaco (CCIN): Increase in the number of complaints and recommendations

This article outlines the complaints addressed to the CCIN by data subjects, the number of which, in proportion to Monaco, is rising sharply (1), and its recommendations (2). ...Mehr lesen