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Serbia Catches Up With The GDPR: New Data Protection Law Adopted
After a public hearing that lasted more than a year, the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia adopted the new Data Protection Law (the "Law") on 9 November 2018.
Serbia
3 Jan 2019
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The DPA's Strict View On Retention Periods
End of July, the Austrian Data Protection Authority ('DPA') published its first decision on retention periods applying the General Data Protection Regulation ('GDPR'; DSB-D216.471/0001-DSB/2018).
Austria
13 Aug 2018
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Amendments to the Hungarian Data Protection Act
The Hungarian Parliament has recently adopted legislation with the aim of harmonising the national data protection rules with the rules of the GDPR, and supplementing the national rules in areas not regulated by the GDPR.
Hungary
10 Aug 2018
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ECJ Latest Facebook Ruling Makes Waves: Impact Under The GDPR?
In its decision C-210/16 of 5 June 2018, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on a dispute between a German academic institution and a German data protection authority.
European Union
11 Jun 2018
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Privacy-Related Representations In M&A Agreements
Companies regularly store information about their customers, clients, employees, investors, partners and vendors. Privacy and data security are therefore important aspects of most m&a transactions.
Austria
8 Mar 2018
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First Annual Privacy Shield Review to take place in September 2017
One of the core principles of the EU-US Privacy Shield ("Privacy Shield") is its Joint Review mechanism, which obliges the European Commission, the US Department of Commerce and the Federal Trade Commission to jointly review the functioning of the Privacy Shield on an annual basis, together with its national security and law enforcement aspects.
Worldwide
1 Aug 2017
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Call Recording By Customer Services Under Montenegrin Law
As customer service call recording concerns personal data protection, under what conditions is it allowed in Montenegro?
Montenegro
16 May 2017
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Personal Data Protection For Serbian Entrepreneurs
Serbia does not currently have any separate regulations in place in respect of protection of "personal data" pertaining to legal entities.
Serbia
17 May 2016
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First Personal Data Protection Act In Force
The long-awaited Personal Data Protection Act no. 6698 was approved by the Turkish Parliament on 24 March 2016, was published in the Official Gazette on 7 April 2016, and hence came into force.
Turkey
4 May 2016
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Balancing The Right To Employer Control With Employee Privacy Concerns
Surveillance of employees in the workplace has long been a hot topic among managers, human resources professionals and employment lawyers.
Hungary
10 Mar 2016
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The Ruling On The Field Stands: The ECJ Follows Advocate General And Declares Safe Harbour Invalid
Yesterday, the European Court of Justice followed Advocate General Yves Bot's recommendations in the ECJ Case C-362/14 (Maximilian Schrems vs Data Protection Commissioner) and declared the Commission's US Safe Harbour Decision invalid.
European Union
7 Oct 2015
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Long-Anticipated Act On Protection Of Whistleblowers Is Finally Adopted
Whistleblowers are often among the most important actors in the fight against corruption. Ensuring effective protection for whistleblowers encourages people to stand up against corruption, human rights violations ..
Serbia
6 Feb 2015
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Recorded Telephone Conversations - Legal Evidence In Administrative Proceedings
A recently published decision of the Supreme Administrative Court considered a telephone conversation between two individuals as legitimate evidence in administrative proceedings.
Czech Republic
24 Jun 2014
14
Brief Summary Of Fast-Track Amendment To Personal Data Protection Regime
Not even a year has passed since Slovakia introduced a new regime on personal data protection in the form of Data Protection Act No. 122/2013 Coll.
Slovakia
28 Apr 2014
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Retention Denied - ECJ Declares Data Retention Directive Invalid
The European Court of Justice declared the Data Retention Directive, which had been the subject of great debate, invalid.
European Union
11 Apr 2014
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BYOD – Labour Law Aspects
BYOD brings a lot of advantages for both employers and employees. However, there are several labour law issues that need to be considered before implementing this new trend.
Austria
28 Jan 2014
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BYOD And Data Protection – Incompatible Or Manageable?
Employers increasingly want to introduce BYOD to their companies. They typically expect three key effects from allowing BYOD: (i) cost efficiency, (ii) cost efficiency, and (iii) cost efficiency.
Austria
28 Jan 2014
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Online Behavioural Advertising: Balancing Privacy And User Experience
In the context of a general public sensitivity to surveillance of activity and behaviour, there is much debate on legislation governing behavioural targeted advertising.
Romania
28 Jan 2014
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BYOD – Hype Or Sustainable Trend?
Employees increasingly want to integrate their private devices into their firm's IT network. This raises significant legal issues for employers and employees alike, including possible damage claims.
Austria
28 Jan 2014
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BYOD - Do Your Employees Know What They Are Getting Into?
Employees increasingly want to use their own smartphones or tablets for work purposes, which also involves integrating these devices into a firm’s IT network.
Austria
19 Jun 2013
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