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The Works Council's Right To Inspect Payroll With Gross Salaries Broken Down By Employee Names
A company granted the works council access to its electronic employee salary file – the payroll showing gross salaries, while stripping employees' names from the list, thus in anonymized
Germany
23 Oct 2019
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Search Of A Company Computer By The Employer - Prohibition Of Exploitation For Court Submissions?
The German Federal Labor Court (BAG) ruled by judgment of January 31, 2019 (ref. no. 2 AZR 426/18) that, under certain circumstances, the employer may lawfully review data on an employee's
Germany
10 Sep 2019
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Works Council's Right To Information In Relation To Sensitive Personal Employee Data
In its decision of 9 April 2019 (ref. no.: 1 ABR 51/17), the German Federal Labor Court (BAG) took position on the right of the works council to request information from the employer according to
Germany
10 Sep 2019
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The Permissibility Of GPS Tracking From A Compliance Perspective
Strict data protection requirements apply to the use of location tracking systems both in the employment context and in cooperation with other companies.
Germany
28 Aug 2019
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Risk For International Data Transfers
The international transfer of personal data is part of daily business for many companies.
Germany
24 Jul 2019
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Employee's Right Of Information And Disclosure Of Their Recorded Personal Information
State Labor Court (Landesarbeitsgericht; LAG) Baden-Württemberg dated December 20, 2018 - 17 Sa 11/18
Germany
12 Jul 2019
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Joint Controllers – Supervisory Authorities Publish First Sample Agreement
The topic of "joint controllers" according to Art. 26 GDPR continues to gain momentum. The State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information in Baden-Württemberg
Germany
3 Jul 2019
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European Whistleblowing Directive Will Be Effective As Of April 2019
At European and national level, discussions have been going on for years on how best to protect the so-called whistleblowers from being victims of retaliation measures by those whose actions
Germany
26 Jun 2019
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Personal Data: Comprehensive Right To Information Of The Employee - A Threat To The Anonymity Of Whistleblowers?
The Regional Labor Court (LAG) of Baden-Württemberg, in its ruling of December 20, 2018 (Ref. 17 Sat 11/18), granted an employee a comprehensive right to information against his employer with regard to all personal data collected about his person.
Germany
29 Apr 2019
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Private Use Of Company Email Accounts By Employees
On 13 March 2019, the State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information in Baden-Württemberg (LfDI BaWü) published the latest version of his guidebook ...
Germany
26 Apr 2019
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Rejection Of The Brexit Withdrawal Agreement: What Do Companies Have To Consider Now?
The Brexit Withdrawal Agreement negotiated between the European Union and the United Kingdom envisaged that during the United Kingdom's transitional period data protection legislation
Germany
26 Feb 2019
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"Right To Be Forgotten" - Search Engine Operators Must Comply With Requests To Delete Links To Personal Data
The use of the Internet without the use of search engines, which list links to Internet pages after keywords have been entered, is almost unthinkable. In the context of the search results,
Germany
26 Feb 2019
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Joint Controllership In The Integration Of Third-Party Website Plug-Ins - Concluding Opinion Of The Advocate General To The ECJ On The "Facebook Like" Button
The Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) must currently clarify whether and how website operators can legally integrate the so-called "Like" button of Facebook on their website (Case C-40/17).
Germany
21 Feb 2019
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First Fines Issued By Supervisory Authorities For Infringements Against The GDPR
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provides for a significant increase of the maximum possible fine for legal infringements compared to previous data protection legislation.
Germany
21 Feb 2019
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Facebook - Bundeskartellamt [German Federal Cartel Office] Prohibits The Processing Of User Data From Third Party Sources
In its decision from February 7, 2019, the Bundeskartellamt prohibited Facebook from the further processing of user data which it has generated from so-called third party sources.
Germany
21 Feb 2019
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