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Considerations for operationalizing data-subject rights under GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation provides individuals with a variety of rights to enforce against organizations that are processing their personal data. These rights allow individuals to have control over, and place limits on, the collection, use and disclosure of their data.

Source: Considerations for operationalizing data-subject rights under GDPR

They say privacy’s hiring … But who?

Anyone who’s been paying attention to the privacy and data protection landscape knows this if they know anything at all: The General Data Protection Regulation is looming and firms are scrambling to prepare, staffing up the privacy office and appointing a data protection officer, depending on their stage of preparedness.

Source: They say privacy’s hiring … But who?

How the GDPR will disrupt Google and Facebook

Google and Facebook will be unable to use the personal data they hold for advertising purposes without user permission. This is an acute challenge because, contrary to what some commentators have assumed, they cannot use a “service-wide” opt-in for everything. Nor can they deny access to their services to users who refuse to opt-in to tracking. Some parts of their businesses are likely to be disrupted more than others.

Source: How the GDPR will disrupt Google and Facebook | PageFair

Looking at how our small business uses data: A GDPR perspective

I’ve been thinking about the EU General Data Protection Regulation. At our design studio, Projects by IF, we’ve talked to a few clients about what it’ll mean when, next May, new digital rights for citizens across the EU are made real. We think ultimately it could spur innovation, but for now, a lot of companies are focusing on compliance. Big organizations are already feeling the pinch, but a lot of smaller companies are hoping they can ignore it.

Source: Looking at how our small business uses data: A GDPR perspective

NetApp privacy chief warns enterprises off investing in GDPR snake-oil tech

Enterprises should not be fooled into thinking General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance can be bought through investments in information management technologies, third-party consultancy or new hires.

Source: NetApp privacy chief warns enterprises off investing in GDPR snake-oil tech

The Spanish DPA confirms compliance of Google Cloud commitments for international data flows

Google is pleased to announce that the Spanish Data Protection Agency (“Agencia Española de Protección de Datos” or “AEPD”) has issued a decision confirming that the guarantees established by the contractual commitments provided by Google for the international transfers of data to U.S. connected to its G Suite and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) services are adequate. Therefore, the international transfers to U.S. under such contractual commitments are deemed authorized by the AEPD provided the conditions established by the AEPD’s decision are met.

Source: The Spanish Data Protection Authority (AEPD) confirms compliance of Google Cloud commitments for international data flows

The Why, What, How, Where, When and Whom of GDPR

Unless you have just arrived from a round trip to Mars, you couldn’t have not heard of the new EU data protection law – the EU GDPR. The new data protection law that will have global impact on any organisation processing EU resident’s data and the huge fines it is likely to attract for non-compliance.

Source: LinkedIn

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