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EU and US reach out to a political agreement on Trans-Atlantic Privacy Framework
March 28, 2022
EU and US reach out to a political agreement on Trans-Atlantic Privacy Framework
On 25 March, 2022, the US President Joe Biden, and the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced in a joint press conference that they reached a political agreement on trans-Atlantic data transfers. “We have found an agreement in principle on a new framework for transatlantic data flows. This will enable predictable and trustworthy data flows between the EU and US, safeguarding privacy and civil liberties,” said the EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Petruta Pirvan
The factual interpretation of the data controllership
March 8, 2022
The factual interpretation of the data controllership
Depending on the written agreement with the data controller, the data processor can, by itself, exercise some control over the processing of the personal data, especially regarding: the IT systems or other methods used to collect and store personal data, the detail of the security surrounding the personal data, the means used to transfer the personal data from one organization to another, etc.
Petruta Pirvan
Get traction in your privacy program
February 4, 2022
Get traction in your privacy program
Get traction in your privacy program - stop quoting article and recital numbers and understand culture and sub-cultures instead
Tim Clements
EU Commission adopts Declaration on Digital Rights and Principles
January 31, 2022
EU Commission adopts Declaration on Digital Rights and Principles
January 2022 was a glorious month for digital rights in Europe. After the EU legislator debated and voted the Digital Services Act setting its negotiation position for the forthcoming trilogue discussions, the EU Commission shined by advancing its Declaration on Digital Rights and Principles for the Digital Decade.
Petruta Pirvan