General Data Protection Regulation

Law 

11 pieces of advice and recommendations to get the better of the personal data protection regulation

The General Data Protection Regulation or the GDPR was one of the most discussed topics last year. Its compulsory implementation in practice, which occurred in May 2018, was preceded by stormy debates, careful preparations of stakeholders and uncertainty about the practical consequences the regulation would produce. At a business breakfast held at the end of the last week, we assessed the first six months of the GDPR’s implementation. We have selected the 11 most interesting pieces of advice and recommendations to help you find out whether the steps you have taken are in line with the regulation and what to do to achieve compliance. 

22. 1. 2019
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