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Body temperature readings

Some organizations are taking into consideration installing temperature scanners or other means of verifying the body temperature of staff and visitors, in their effort to protect the workplace against the spread of COVID-19. This is a sensitive ...

Data Protection Newsletter – no.22020 February

Data Protection Newsletter – no.2/2020 February

This month in data protection news: ● See guidance from EU data protection authorities on how to process personal data in the context of COVID-19 ● Read about recent GDPR sanctions, including in the filed of telecoms ● Find out the recent guidelines from data protection authorities ● More GDPR news and further readings.

October

Data Protection News: October 2019

It seems like time is rushing us, but take a moment to think about the importance of last month’s events for European data privacy: ● Data controllers in Romania start to feel the pressure of GDPR and ePrivacy enforcement, after a list of 55 corrective measures was published by the Data Protection Authority (ANSPDCP). ● Many useful guidelines were published by EU Member States’ DPAs – Spain shows us the rules of privacy by design, Ireland is active on the topic of Data Protection Impact Assessments, Data Subject Access Request and Cloud Service Providers. ● The European Court of Human Rights decides on covert video surveillance at work. ● Romania has new legislative developments concerning electronic signature and the transposition of PDS2. ● Enforcement actions taken by National Data Protection Authorities. ● Recommended articles. ● More data protection news from Europe.