GDPR Summary

    GDPR is an EU law with mandatory rules for how organizations and companies must use personal data in an integrity friendly way. Personal data means any information which, directly or indirectly, could identify a living person. Name, phone number, and address are schoolbook examples of personal data.

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    Schrems II a summary – all you need to know

    On 16 July 2020, the European Court of Justice issued the Schrems II judgement with significant implications for the use of US...

    Legitimate Interest Assessment – all You Need to Know

    For the processing of personal data, you need at least one legal basis. The most common ones are contract, consent, and legitimate...

    GDPR article 49 derogations applicable to international transfers

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