One fundamental factor of GDPR is privacy notices and how organisations explain at the point of data collection what users can expect will happen to their data. In this article, we’ll dig into the topic of privacy notices more deeply, and present some best practice examples that appear to comply with the GDPR.
To help businesses understand the new regulations, Mason Hayes & Curran have created a GDPR App. Click here to download the Android version, or search for “GDPR Guide” in the Google Play store. Click here to download the Apple version, or search for “GDPR Guide” in the Apple App store.
During this complimentary webinar, our expert speakers considered some of the key GDPR issues for companies in the financial services industry. Topics discussed included: the reaction to the GDPR in financial services, key data privacy priorities post GDPR, national variations and interpretations, how to deal with privacy design and DPIA obligations and what steps financial […]
This opinion provides guidance on the way to interpret and implement the right to data portability as introduced by the GDPR. It aims at discussing the right to data portability and its scope. It clarifies the conditions under which this new right applies taking into account the legal basis of the data processing (either the […]
These guidelines provide practical guidance and interpretative assistance on the new obligation of transparency concerning the processing of personal data under the General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”). Transparency is an overarching obligation under the GDPR applying to three central areas: (1) the provision of information to data subjects related to fair processing; (2) how […]
This document is the first in a series that will issue in the run-up to the 25th May 2018 implementation date. The aim is to try to alleviate some of those concerns, and facilitate a smooth transition to future data privacy standards for data controllers and data subjects alike.