This update covers developments only between the last date of coverage of the Commentary (1 August 2019) and 1 January 2021 (with a few exceptions when it has been possible to take later developments into account). It is limited to selected Articles of the GDPR.
The study finds that while the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) lays down horizontal directly applicable rules in all Member States, there remains variation in the range of national-level legislation linked to its implementation in the area of health.
The purpose of this document is to provide a practical guide to carrying out legitimate interests assessments (LIAs) in the context of processing data in ad tech, for digital advertising generally, and for RTB, in order to help companies understand their obligations, and how to comply with them in practice.
The Fundamentals have been drawn up by the Data Protection Commission (DPC) to drive improvements in standards of data processing. They introduce child-specific data protection interpretative principles and recommended measures that will enhance the level of protection afforded to children against the data processing risks posed to them by their use of/ access to services in both an online and offline world.
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 Study discusses the concept of “European Digital Sovereignty”, opportunities opened by the concept but also the risks and pitfalls.