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Preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation - VdA

On 28 January 2017, the Portuguese Data Protection Authority (Comissão Nacional de Proteção de Dados/CNPD) published a document establishing ten measures aimed at helping entities prepare for the application of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Since the GDPR will apply from 25 May 2018 onwards, the CNPD points out that public and private entities should begin to swiftly implement internal procedures and mechanisms in order to ensure compliance with the new obligations.


New ‘privacy shield’ for data transfers between Europe and the US - Ecija

The European Commission has adopted the legal framework for international data transfers between the US and the European Union. The framework concerns the new data protection agreement ´privacy shield´, which concerns international transfers made to US entities. US entities can be certified from 1 August, and may import personal data without the need for exporting European entities to have to seek authorisation from the various European authorities on data protection.


First fines for breach of Cookies regulation - Ramón y Cajal Abogados

The Spanish Data Protection Agency (SDPA) recently fined two small to medium size companies (SMEs) for non-compliance of the relevant duties on ‘cookies’ requirements, in the amounts of €3,000 and €500  respectively. In particular, as further described below, said fines arise from the infringement of the obligations laid down under article 22.2 of the Spanish E-Commerce Act (LSSI). These companies included information storage devices or cookies on their websites, but the information provided to users on cookies use and purposes, or the reference thereof, was confusing. Consequently, the consumers´ consent, as understood by the SDPA, was not provided under the conditions legally required.


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