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Sep­tem­ber 8, 2020

FDPIC – Opi­ni­on on Schrems II 

The FDPIC today published its opi­ni­on on the signi­fi­can­ce of the ECJ ruling on Schrems II and for­mu­la­ted impli­ca­ti­ons for data trans­fers of per­so­nal data to the USA and other coun­tries without an ade­qua­te level of pro­tec­tion wit­hin the mea­ning of Art. 6 (1) DPA. As

ICO: Gui­de­li­nes on AI and data protection 

The Eng­lish regu­la­tor, the ICO, has published gui­d­ance on AI and data pro­tec­tion: part one covers accoun­ta­bi­li­ty and gover­nan­ce in AI, inclu­ding data pro­tec­tion impact assess­ments (DPI­As); part two covers fair, law­ful and trans­pa­rent pro­ces­sing, inclu­ding legal bases, the assess­ment and impro­ve­ment of the

CNIL: Gui­de­li­nes on reten­ti­on and archiving 

The French super­vi­so­ry aut­ho­ri­ty CNIL published gui­de­li­nes on data reten­ti­on (Gui­de pra­tique – Les durées de con­ser­va­ti­on) in July 2020. The gui­de­li­nes update CNIL’s pre­vious recom­men­da­ti­ons of Octo­ber 11, 2005 on r archi­ving per­so­nal data. They aim to

Moti­on FDP (20.3243): Covid-19. Acce­le­ra­ting digi­tiz­a­ti­on in the health­ca­re sector 

Moti­on FDP (20.3243): Covid-19. acce­le­ra­te digi­tiz­a­ti­on in the health­ca­re system Sub­mit­ted text The Federal Coun­cil is inst­ruc­ted, in col­la­bo­ra­ti­on with the sta­ke­hol­ders con­cer­ned, to take the necessa­ry mea­su­res to acce­le­ra­te the digi­tiz­a­ti­on pro­cess of our health­ca­re system. The accent should be pla­ced on, among other things

Postu­la­te Bel­laï­che (20.3700): Use of anony­mi­zed per­so­nal data in the public inte­rest. Exami­na­ti­on of the fea­si­bi­li­ty of volun­ta­ry data donation. 

Postu­la­te Bel­laï­che (20.3700): Use of anony­mi­zed per­so­nal data in the public inte­rest. Exami­na­ti­on of the fea­si­bi­li­ty of volun­ta­ry data dona­ti­on Sub­mit­ted text The Federal Coun­cil is inst­ruc­ted to sub­mit to Par­lia­ment pos­si­ble solu­ti­ons for making per­so­nal data avail­ab­le on an anony­mous basis (data dona­ti­on) for use in the public interest,

EDSA: Gui­de­li­nes on the right to be forgotten 

The EDSA published the final ver­si­on of its gui­de­li­nes on the right to be for­got­ten in July 2020 (Gui­de­li­nes 5/2019 on the cri­te­ria of the Right to be For­got­ten in the search engi­nes cases under the GDPR). The gui­de­li­nes con­cern only the