We bring you a round up of articles and updates sourced from national data commissioners and leading privacy organisations.
News this week:
EDPB – Has reported on several fines for varying Data related reasons around Europe this month
ICO – Discuss pseudonymisation which comes after the recent ruling for Facebook
CNIL – States last year was a record year for fines
DPC – Ireland has brought in the new digital strategy
NDPA- Norwegian Data Protection Authority choose not to use Facebook
AEPD- The Spanish Agency for Data Protection participates in the first coordinated European action to analyse the use of the cloud in the public sector
CNIL – Focuses on the challenges of the Digital euro: what is at stake for privacy and personal data protection
ICO – discusses the plan for California to introduce new bill to protect children’s data online
DPC: The Irish Supervisory Authority for Data Protection has released the Data Protection Commission’s Annual Report for 2021, featuring highlights of the past year.
EDPS: The European Data Protection Supervisor participates in EDPB’s 2022 Coordinated Enforcement Action for Data protection and use of cloud by public sector.
ICO: The ICO is calling for a consultation on draft guidance for the research provisions within the UK GDPR and the DPA 2018. This can be done via an online survey with a view to submit responses by 5pm on Friday 22 April 2022
AEPD: The AEPD and the Ministry of Consumer Affairs have launched a campaign with advice to act against identity theft. There is a dedicated E-Office where those suspecting identity theft can turn to.