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Denmark is home to some of the world’s most pioneering companies and brands. And as seasoned advisors to businesses being changed by
echnology and the digital world, we’re a natural fit for companies that think ...
According to the Danish Data Protection Agency, no data controller should request data subjects to send sensitive or confidential personal data via an unencrypted internet connection
The Danish Data Protection Act has been passed by the Danish parliament. The GDPR (the General Data Protection Regulation) and the Danish Data Protection Act repeal the Danish Personal Data Processing Act as of 25 May ...
The CJEU's other 'right to be forgotten' decision in GC v CNIL has not received much attention, but may in fact have a real impact on companies that may be inadvertently processing European criminal conviction data in ...
On October 17, the Article 29 Working Party (A29WP) published its much awaited draft guidance on automated decision making and profiling under GDPR.
At long last, the European Data Protection Board ("EDPB") draft guidelines on the territorial scope of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 ("GDPR") are here. Please find certain highlights below. Should you ...
Welcome to the July - September edition of our UK & EU data protection bulletin.
Is it true that you can never, under any circumstances, access employee company emails in Finland? How does non-compete compensation work in Denmark? And is it really that difficult to terminate an employee in Sweden?
We consider the Privacy and Regulatory Implications across Europe, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific on Unmanned Aerial Systems.