TechGDPR’s review of international data-related stories from press and analytical reports. Official guidance: data subject complaints, new business, identity cards, traffic licenses, TCF/OpenRTB, education platforms, insolvency claims, data sent by mistake, dpos The UK Information Commissioner’s Office offers a brief guide on how to deal with data subject complaints, (your staff, contractors, customers), when you […]
TechGDPR’s review of international data-related stories from press and analytical reports. Legal processes: commercial surveillance, sensitive data “by comparison”, workers electronic monitoring, farming data The CJEU’s recent decision may have a major impact on digital services that use background tracking and profiling to target users with behavioral ads, TechCrunch reports. The EU top court’s decision […]
Though there are a wide range of training options, all of which will help guide GDPR compliance efforts, there are key differences between the different training methods which must be taken into account.
The principle of Privacy by Design builds privacy into the heart of data processing operations and systems, while Privacy by Default ensures that the data subject’s rights are protected as a matter of standard operations. These concepts were created long before the GDPR came into fruition, but under the GDPR became important requirements.
TechGDPR’s review of international data-related stories from press and analytical reports. Legal processes: UK new data protection draft bill, rules to prevent child abuse online A UK new data protection draft bill was published on a parliamentary website. This document is intended to update and simplify the UK’s data protection framework to reduce organisational burdens […]