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EU-US Privacy Shield im Schrems 2 Urteil gekippt

Response to Schrems II judgment US Department of Commerce publishes white paper

The judgment of the European Court of Justice, which determined the ineffectiveness of the Privacy Shield Agreement between the European Union and the USA (Schrems II), did not go unnoticed in the USA either. In response, the US Department of Commerce has now published a white paper on data protection risk analysis as part of data export to the USA.

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EU-US Privacy Shield Video zum Thema

The EU-US Privacy Shield – everything you need to know about the Schrems 2 judgment in the video!

The so-called “Schrems2” judgment of the ECJ, with which the US-EU Privacy Shield was overturned, is currently stirring up data protection officers and companies. In the video you can find out everything you currently need to know about the EU-US Privacy Shield. We’ll also tell you what to look out for in the company!
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EU-US Privacy Shield im Schrems 2 Urteil gekippt

Data transfer to the USA: an endless story with a lot of risk – current! The US-EU Privacy Shield

It took a long time, but now it actually happened that the Austrian lawyer Max Schrems brought the data transfer to the USA before the ECJ again. He was right again. The so-called “Schrems2” judgment of the ECJ, with which the US-EU Privacy Shield was overturned, is currently stirring up data protection officers and companies. In our blog article and video you will find out everything you currently need to know about EU-US privacy. We’ll also tell you what to look out for in the company!

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Legally compliant data transfer between group companies

According to the General Data Protection Regulation, companies that are part of a group are not treated as uniformly responsible, but as independent group companies. There is therefore no group privilege. A separate justification is therefore required for each data transfer between the group companies, which must comply with the principles of the General Data Protection Regulation.

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Auskunftsanspruch nach Art. 15 DSGVO - auch im Beschäftigungsverhältnis

The right to information according to Art. 15 GDPR – the fundamental right for data subjects

The General Data Protection Regulation not only lays down obligations for data processing companies, but also addresses persons affected by data processing directly and grants them extensive rights. When it comes to the right to information, there are important points to consider for companies. In this blog article and the accompanying video you will find out what you have to consider when it comes to the right to information under Art. 15 GDPR.

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Corona-app

Corona app – warning app on employees’ company cell phones

On Tuesday morning yesterday, the federal government, the Robert Koch Institute and the companies involved officially presented the federal government’s corona warning app. At the same time, they called for widespread use of the app. With the help of the Corona app, chains of infection should be made easier to understand. The general GDPR conformity of the app has already been confirmed by the managing director of TÜV Informationstechnik.

After the official presentation, many employers now face the question of whether the installation of the Corona app is permissible on employees’ private and company cell phones.

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Data protection and money laundering law: inspection obligations regarding identity cards

A large amount of personal data can be found on an identity card. In many industries, particularly with regard to the Money Laundering Act, the question arises as to which personal data may be noted or copied and to what extent, or whether the ID card may even be scanned. In the following we give you a brief overview.

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