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Italian DPA issues its guidelines on the GDPR

The European privacy regulation (GDPR) can now rely on detailed guidelines from Italian data protection authority on how to comply with it. After the French and the Dutch data protection authorities, the Italian privacy regulator, Garante per la protezione dei dati personali, (the “Italian DPA “) issued its 6 step methodology on the GDPR which aims at also increasing awareness on the most relevant changes introduced: 1. More detailed consent and broader legitimate interest As already provided by the current regime, any type of processing of personal data needs to have a legal basis justifying it.

Source: ITALY: The privacy authority issues its guidelines on the GDPR

German DPA Publishes English Translation of Standard Data Protection Model

On April 13, 2017, the North Rhine-Westphalia State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information published an English translation of the draft Standard Data Protection Model (“SDM”). The SDM was adopted in November 2016 at the Conference of the Federal and State Data Protection Commissioners.

Source: German DPA Publishes English Translation of Standard Data Protection Model : : Privacy & Information Security Law Blog

Germany: DPAs try and find “common and practical approach” with Standard Data Protection Model

The German Federal and State Commissioners (‘the Commissioners’) released, on 14 April 2017, a Standard Data Protection Model (‘SDP Model’), which analyses the interrelation between the legal requirements regarding data processing and the selection and implementation of technical and organisational data protection measures, under existing German law and the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) (‘GDPR’).

Source: Germany: DPAs try and find “common and practical approach” with Standard Data Protection Model

Regulators Comment on Proposed ePrivacy Law Reforms

Things move fast in the world of privacy and data protection. Recently, the collective group of EU data protection authorities, the Article 29 Working Party (“WP29”), has been particularly active. In addition to publishing guidelines and launching consultations regarding the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), WP29 also released its views on the proposed ePrivacy law reforms, which legislators are aiming to coincide with the commencement of the GDPR. We examine the views of WP29.

Source: Regulators Comment on Proposed ePrivacy Law Reforms

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