Accountability Tracker

As your Article 27 Representative we will always help if you receive a SAR, RTE, or other data protection complaint. It is always best to avoid these all together but most companies will receive GDPR requests at some point.  Disgruntled ex-employees, annoyed customers, malicious compensation-scammers are common sources of SARs and unfortunately these can result […]

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How to handle a Subject Access Request

We have said this previously but we are still seeing a huge number of Subject Access Requests [SARs]. A SAR is a request made by or on behalf of the data subjects which grants the right to obtain a copy of all the personal data that an organization has collected about them. These are pretty […]

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Right to Erasure and how to handle it

Summary: The Right to Be Forgotten is one of the fundamental rights defined in GDPR.  Also known as a Right to Erasure this principle defined in Article 17. It is vital that companies recognize these requests and understand how to deal with them. Most importantly the Right to Erasure is not an absolute right and […]

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What Does GDPR Mean For Companies Based Outside The EU?

The implications for companies based outside the EU are exactly the same as those for EU countries, if they process personal data from the EU. That’s because GDPR applies to the personal data of people based in the EU. If you want to process it, e.g. to sell to customers in the EU, you have […]

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Global privacy expectations of video teleconference providers

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Are video-conferencing software companies keeping your data safe? If you, like many others, have been relying on video conferencing software to keep your business running smoothly, you may want to be aware of the risks involving the collection of your personal data. Data and privacy protection authorities have joined together to publish an open letter […]

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