GDPR

Law 

GDPR: The Mystery of Shredding Printed Documents

As a consequence of the General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”) taking effect, the Detective has a growing number of cases to resolve. This time, the Detective is inspecting the rules for shredding physical documents containing personal data. Did you know that the storage limitation rule requires, inter alia, keeping the processed personal data for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which they are processed? 

4. 6. 2018
Law 

The Joys and Sorrows of HR Specialists: How Will the GDPR Affect Databases with CVs and Other Employee Data?

Contact details, CVS, photographs and videos from corporate events only constitute a fragment of the data handled by HR specialists on a daily basis. HR departments process a large volume of personal data concerning both existing and previous employees as well as job applicants. However, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires setting new rules and verifying whether consents to personal data processing comply with the GDPR. If not, penalties may apply. 

24. 4. 2018
Law 

GDPR: The Mystery Regarding the Personal Data Retention Period to Be Resolved by the GDPR Detective

The Detective was assigned to a new case. The Detective needs to resolve whether company ABC which processes e-mail addresses to send marketing offers does not retain personal data too long. Is the company prepared for the changes to be introduced in May 2018? What are the measures which the company needs to take to meet the GDPR requirements? Can your company identify with this mystery? 

28. 3. 2018