This Opinion analyses the criteria set down in Article 7 of Directive 95/46/EC for making data processing legitimate.
The Paper explains the growing importance of the legitimate interests legal basis for organizations, whether for routine or more complex and innovative data processing activities.
The Future of Privacy Forum has conducted a new analysis that resulted in this Report presenting an overview of the regulatory strategies of DPAs for 2021-2022.
This guide is to provides further education on the alternatives to third party cookies and to help planners and buyers of media navigate contextual advertising.
This panel will delve into recent EU decisions and the on-going challenges in the relationship between GDPR and facial recognition.
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.