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EDPB adopts final version of guidelines on the territorial scope of the GDPR 0

On 12 November 2019, at its 15th plenary meeting, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) adopted final guidelines on the territorial scope of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (the

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GDPR Privacy FAQs: Are small businesses required to keep the same records of compliance as large businesses? 0

No. Although Article 30 of the GDPR states that companies must “maintain a record” of their processing activities, the provision contains an exemption for small businesses. Specifically, it states that

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GDPR Essentials Training 0

This GDPR Training course is for everyone who handles personal data. It provides a broad understanding of the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR – which is all about keeping

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How to Fix Problems with Windows 10 0

The Problem Windows errors and other critical errors can occur when your Windows 10 operating system becomes corrupted. Opening programs will be slower and response times will lag. When you

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State of interdependence – why the CCPA isn’t just ‘GDPR-US’ 0

The CCPA isn’t a rerun of Europe’s GDPR, even though some of the problems it tackles may be exactly the same. When the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA)

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Malta: Berlin Data Protection Commissioner Imposes €14.5 Million Fine For GDPR Infringement 0

Facts During an on-site inspection in June 2017, the Berlin DPA found that the company was storing personal data belonging to its tenants in an archive system. This archive system

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GDPR Decision on WhatsApp Delayed Over Company’s Concerns 0

Facebook subsidiary raised questions about whether Irish regulator will share sensitive commercial data with other countries BRUSSELS—A decision in Ireland’s privacy investigation into Facebook Inc. ’s WhatsApp has been delayed

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Privacy: Macy’s announces Magecart data breach 0

According to a “Notice of Data Breach” issued by Macy’s, online customers had their card details skimmed due to a Magecart attack. The US department store stated that it was

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Facebook Claims Users Sign Up Because They Want To See Personalized Ads, Max Schrems Disagrees — And Usually Wins These GDPR Arguments 0

The privacy activist Max Schrems has been conducting a battle on multiple fronts against Facebook’s use of personal data. Last year, Techdirt wrote about one of the skirmishes, which saw

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2020 Security Predictions: GDPR Comes to the United States 0

Two years ago, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force, protecting the data and privacy rights of European Union citizens. As of yet, few places outside the EU

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