EDPB released draft guidelines on the interplay between GDPR Article 3 (territorial scope) and Chapter V (restrictions on international data transfers).
EDPB reporrt on resources made available by Member States to the supervisory authorities (SA).
These guidelines identify some of the most relevant compliance challenges regarding use of virtual voice assistant (VVA) and provide recommendations to relevant stakeholders on how to address them.
This document is intended to complement the Guidelines WP 250 and it reflects the common experiences of the Supervisory Authorities of the EEA since the GDPR became applicable.
This document seeks to provide guidance with respect to relevant and reasoned objection” nd aims at establishing a common understanding of its notion.
The aim of the guidelines is to provide elements to examine, whether surveillance measures allowing access to personal data by public authorities in a third country can be regarded as a justifiable interference or not.
These recommendations provide data exporters with a series of steps to follow, potential sources of information, and some examples of supplementary measures that could be put in place.