BREAKING NEWS: EU Privacy Guidelines on portability right, data protection officer and one-stop-shop rule adopted
The adoption of the EU guidelines on the privacy portability right, the data protection officer (DPO) and the one stop shop rule are a major step ahead.
There is no doubt that the principles contained in the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are very broad and open to different interpretations. In this sense the adoption by the Article 29 Working Party, that is an EU body made of all the European data protection authorities, of the guidelines on the privacy portability right, the DPO and the one stop shop rule shall be welcomed. New guidelines on the privacy impact assessment and the certification shall be adopted in 2017 and they will also be very relevant.
I published a blog post on each of the following topics
- How the new privacy data portability right impacts your industry;
- What liabilities for the data protection officer? and
- What changes with the one stop shop rule?
that have now been updated following the publication of the guidelines. And you may find interesting the review the whole series of blog posts on the GDPR below
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WRITTEN BY GIULIO CORAGGIO
IT, gaming, privacy and commercial lawyer at the leading law firm DLA Piper. You can contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or via phone at +39 334 688 1147.