This study reviews the main legal and regulatory challenges associated with online platform (OP) operations and analyses the incentives for OPs, their users and third parties to detect and remove illegal or harmful and dangerous material, content and/or products.
Guidelines aim to provide further guidance on data protection aspects in the context of the PSD2 (Second Payment Services Directive).
The aim of guidelines is to provide practical guidance and to help with procedures and rules involved in submission, approval and publication of codes.
The standard processor agreement has been adopted by the Danish SA pursuant to art. 28(8) GDPR and aims at helping organisations to meet the requirements of art. 28 (3) and (4), given the fact that the contract between controller and processor cannot just restate the provisions of the GDPR but should further specify them, e.g. with regard to the assistance provided by the processor to the controller.
The Information Commissioner of the Isle of Man has issued guidance on “accountability” under GDPR. Being accountable means that all processing of personal data should be subject to overview, governance, and demonstrable compliance. Regular monitoring, review and revision is required to ensure that processes, procedures and documentation remain fit for purpose, reflect the realities of […]
Handbook will be useful to anyone interested in the application of the Regulation, and in particular other DPOs (in the public‐ or private sector). Part One introduces the concepts of “confidentiality”, “privacy” and “data protection” and the first data protection laws, ‐principles and international instruments. Part Two provides an overview of all the key elements […]