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The Belgian DPA Publishes Recommendation on Direct Marketing

The Belgian Data Protection Authority (DPA) published Recommendation  providing Guidance on direct marketing.

The Recommendation provides a methodology on how to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when conducting direct marketing. The Recommendation applies to all kinds of promotions, including sales and advertising, and is not limited to promotions of a commercial nature.

Source: The Belgian Data Protection Authority Publishes Recommendation Concerning Data Processing for Direct Marketing Purposes

Belgian Data Protection Authority Releases Direct Marketing Recommendation

On February 10, 2020, the Belgian Data Protection Authority  published its Recommendation on data processing activities for direct marketing purposes.

With this Recommendation, the Belgian DPA aims to clarify the complex rules relating to the processing of personal data for direct marketing purposes, including by providing practical examples and guidelines to the different stakeholders involved in direct marketing activities.

Read full article: Belgian Data Protection Authority Releases Direct Marketing Recommendation

German Federal Supervisory Authority Launches Public Consultation on Anonymization

On February 10, 2020, Germany’s Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (BfDI) launched its first public consultation procedure.

The consultation invites comments on a position paper of the BfDI which addresses the anonymization of personal data under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), with a particular focus on the telecommunications sector (for example, the anonymization of location data in mobile networks).

Source: German Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information Launches Public Consultation on Anonymization

CNIL launches a public consultation on its draft recommendation on “cookies and other trackers”

On 4 July 2019, the CNIL published guidelines on the application of Article 82 of the French Data Protection Act. This article governs actions aiming at storing or gaining access to information already stored in the terminal of a user, i.e. in particular the use of cookies or other trackers when a user visits a website.

The CNIL conducted a consultation during the fall of 2019, in order to prepare a draft recommendation proposing operational procedures for obtaining consent. This draft is now subject to public consultation until 25 February, with a view to preparing the final version of the recommendation.

Source: CNIL launches a public consultation on its draft recommendation on “cookies and other trackers”

ICO Publishes Final Version of Its Age Appropriate Design Code

On January 21, 2020, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published the final version of its Age Appropriate Design Code, which sets out the standards that online services need to meet in order to protect children’s privacy.

The code lists 15 standards that organizations must meet, including requirements to (1) take into consideration the best interests of children, (2) refrain from using children’s personal data in ways that are detrimental to their wellbeing, and (3) ensure that settings are “high privacy” by default.

Source: ICO Publishes Final Version of Its Age Appropriate Design Code

New EU Guidance Published on Cybersecurity and Medical Devices

New European medical device guidance will require manufacturers to carefully review cybersecurity and IT security requirements in relation to their devices and in their product literature.

This new guidance comes at the same time as a draft guidance on privacy by design has been published by the European Data Protection Board requiring product developers to implement privacy into the design of their products.

Source: New Guidance Published on Cybersecurity and Medical Devices

Ten Questions—And Answers—About the California Consumer Privacy Act

You may have heard from a lot of businesses telling you that they’ve updated their privacy policies because of a new law called the California Consumer Privacy Act. But what’s actually changed for you?

EFF has spent the past year defending this law in the California legislature, but we realize that not everyone has been following it as closely as we have.

Read full article: Ten Questions—And Answers—About the California Consumer Privacy Act

ICO launches consultation on draft direct marketing code of practice

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has launched a public consultation on a draft direct marketing code of practice.

The ICO has previously produced direct marketing guidance and the draft code builds on this, as well as taking into account the input received during the initial call for views. The code takes a practical life-cycle approach to direct marketing.

The code is out for consultation until 4 March 2020 and the final version is expected later this year. You can read the code and take part in the consultation through the ICO website.

Source: ICO launches consultation on draft direct marketing code of practice | ICO

New White Paper Provides Guidance on Embedding Data Protection Principles in Machine Learning

Immuta and the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) released a working white paper, Data Protection by Process: How to Operationalise Data Protection by Design for Machine Learning , that provides guidance on embedding data protection principles within the life cycle of a machine learning model.

The paper provides clear instructions on how to fulfill the DPbD obligation and how to build a DPbD strategy in line with data protection principles.

Source: New White Paper Provides Guidance on Embedding Data Protection Principles in Machine Learning

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