CJEU: prohibition on processing certain categories of sensitive data also applies to search engines

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The Judgment in Case C-136/17 GC and Others v Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés (CNIL, the French Data Protection Authority) has determined that operators of search engines can also be subject to the prohibition of processing of certain categories of sensitive personal data. The judgement handed down today, attempts to strike a balance ...

Your data for cash: Garante privacy refers the Weople app question to the EDPB

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On 1 August 2019 the Italian Data Protection Authority requested input from the European Data Protection Board with respect to the commercialisation/monetisation of personal data and its relationship with the right to data portability, with the objective of establishing a common position at the European Union level. The Italian DPA's Press Release can be ...

EU Commission and Parliament take stock on Data Protection in the EU

Today, 25 July 2019, the European Commission and the European Parliament published a Communication outlining the state of data protection in the EU. The document touches on consistent implementation of the GDPR, how the new governance system is working, and the impact that it has had, also in a global level, in terms of citizens ...

ePrivacy Regulation updates

On 12 July 2019 the consolidated text of the forthcoming ePrivacy Regulation was made available. The document was published in light of the 17 July WP TELE (which will focus on articles 12-16 and related recitals) and covers the entire text of the proposed regulation. Of particular relevance, the definition of direct marketing communications ...

Věra Jourová: SCCs to be modernised

In her intervention at the "The General Data Protection Regulation one year on: Taking stock in the EU and beyond" event held on 13 June 2019, Commissioner Věra Jourová discussed the state of the art of the GDPR, also with the aim of providing input to the next Commission who "will have to start working ...