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    04/23/2019

    GER: Does blockchain technology and data protection work together?

    In March 2019, the German Bundestag invited experts to discuss the regulatory issues of blockchain technology. The expert opinions on the handling of data using blockchain ranged from clear approval to some skepticism. Why is this "revolutionary" technology, including the sophisticated combination of validation procedures and encryption mechanisms, often question-marked? Among other things, the incompatibility with the Data Protection law is an important reason.
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    01/24/2019

    JP: Japan joins the club of safe third countries

    Transfers of personal data an be challenging in order to ensure an adequate level of data protection on the importers side in a third country. It is a relief for controllers and DPOs in the EU, if the importer is located in a so called safe third country. Japan now has joined this club and we are looking forward transferring data with them.
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    01/21/2019

    AT: “You look like an FPÖ voter!”

    Österreichische Post sells data on the presumed party affinity of individuals for advertising purposes.
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    07/18/2018

    GER: Wave of warning letters – demands for data protection changes in Germany

    Reports of the first warning letters after the GDPR with its new regulations came into force on 25.05.2018 are now pouring in. The adoption of a short-term ban on data protection warning letters has thus failed.
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    07/18/2018

    GER: Judgment of the European Court of Justice on responsibility for data processing in the case of Facebook fan pages

    In a landmark judgment, the European Court of Justice found that operators of Facebook fan pages should be considered as being (jointly) responsible for the data processing of the personal data collected by Facebook on those pages. The basis for that judgment is a legal dispute between independent state data protection centre Unabhängige Landeszentrum für Datenschutz Schleswig-Holstein (ULD) and Wirtschaftsakademie Schleswig-Holstein GmbH (business academy) regarding the legality of an order issued by the ULD demanding that a Facebook fan page operated by the business academy be deactivated.
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    07/02/2018

    TR: Does your company operate in the EU and in Turkey? Then pay attention to different data breach notification rules

    After a long period the Turkish Personal Data Protection Law, numbered 6698 (TDPL) took effect on 7 April 2016 and the process of adaptation concluded on April 2018.
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    05/18/2018

    EU: only 4 out of 28 EU Member states are ready for the GDPR

    You cannot read a newspaper these days without an article about how unprepared most of the companies are concerning the GDPR. But what about the EU member states? Did they do their homework and prepare for the 25th of May 2018 accordingly?
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