GDPR after 2 years

Technology is evolving at a much faster pace than many of us might have anticipated. These advancements also brought concerns about individual privacy.  One of the goals of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was to give European data subjects more control over their personal data. To what extent can we ensure that these privacy […]

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Children’s Online Privacy During COVID-19

According to a report released by the United Nations more than 770 million students world-wide are directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic’s closing of schools and universities. As the virus has affected the normal course of daily life, children currently receiving online education need specific protection of their personal data as they may be less […]

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European Data Protection Services (EDPS) considers a European wide mobile tracking app for COVID-19

The EDPS has called for a pan European mobile app to track the spread of COVID-19. The initiative called Pan European Privacy Preserving Tracing (PEPP-PT) a coalition of EU scientists from eight countries. Led by Franhoufer Heinrich of Hortz Institute for Telecoms. Keeping the usual course of activities within a company during COVID-19 represents a challenge. The measures taken during this period by companies must comply with […]