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In Spain, laws affecting fundamental rights, such as the right to the protection of an individual's personal data, have a certain status: they are known as "organic laws". Therefore, although the new European ...
The Spanish Data Protection Agency ("SDPA") has published a series of documents with the purpose of assisting data controllers and data processors (especially SMEs) to comply with the requirements of the new ...
On January 10, the European Commission published the proposed text for the new e-Privacy Regulation ('the Regulation'). This new Regulation, if adopted, will replace the current e-Privacy Directive and will ...
In February 2016, as part of its action plan of activities for the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), the Article 29 Working Party ("A29WP") promised to publish guidance on the ...
On 25 May 2018, the new privacy law known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be applicable to all companies – large and small – in Europe. It includes some tightening of the existing laws ...
On 12th December 2016, the text of the replacement for the e-Privacy Directive was leaked. The draft suggests a significant toughening of the online and direct marketing landscape and, predictably, a convergence ...
If you have been to any privacy conferences lately, looked at privacy websites or spoken to your trusted privacy advisor, you have probably heard with increasing frequency the following tune: the May 2018 deadline ...
Since the adoption of the revised e-Privacy Directive in 2009, subscribers such as internet or mobile app users must be informed and give their prior consent before the storage or reading of cookies or similar ...
Members of our Danish data protection team, Amalie Langebæk, Nis Peter Dall and Jesper Langemark, have written a book about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which was finally passed in April this ...
10 months after the invalidation of the Safe Harbor regime for US data transfers, its successor – the "EU-US Privacy Shield" - has become operational.
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