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As is so often the case in the life of a data protection officer, you pant a bit after the suddenly newly created reality.
For companies, of course, it was first and foremost about securing further business and above all sales. Accordingly, it was less about complying with the requirements of the GDPR for video conference systems. Unfortunately, it is nothing new that the governments and supervisory authorities for data protection in the countries were of little help. There were no clear guidelines or guidelines. Much worse still: when asked which video conference system is most likely to be accepted or which comes closest to the requirements of the GDPR, one obviously received a wide variety of statements.
Interested parties can listen to these experiences first hand, in the data protection podcast “Interpretation matter” (No. 12) from Heise Verlag, colleagues report hair-raising statements which, in the worst case, even led to schools in entire federal states using the Microsoft Teams app, which was introduced at short notice were no longer allowed to use. At the same time, on the other hand, entire conferences of European finance ministers were held via “Zoom”. A situation that is of course of little help to the entrepreneur when deciding on the right video conference system.