Jurriaan Jansen

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The right of access to personal data: a more extensive view?

This article first appeared in PLC Magazine in the January / February 2024 issue of PLC Magazine. The right of access to personal data looks set to be a key focus area for data protection regulators for 2024 in both the EU and the UK. The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) announced that its 2024 co-ordinated … Continue reading

The EU AI Act: What obligations will apply to your business?

Political agreement was achieved at the beginning of December in relation to the EU’s AI Act (AIA) – the first major step in the regulation of artificial intelligence. Although the final texts are not yet available, the key elements are clear, with the “risk-based” approach at the heart of the AIA. Working from the last … Continue reading

European Commission adopts its adequacy decision for the EU-US Data Privacy Framework

On 10 July, the European Commission adopted its adequacy decision for the EU-US Data Privacy Framework (the DP Framework). It thereby declared that the United States (the US) ensures an adequate level of protection for personal data transferred from the EU to US companies that have self-certified their adherence to the DP Framework Principles. More … Continue reading

Schrems II – Irish DPC finally issues its decision – suspension order, deletion/ repatriation of data and fine

Introduction: On 22 May, the Irish Data Protection Commissioner (the DPC) published its decision against Meta Platform Ireland Ltd (Meta Ireland) in relation to Facebook’s transfer of user’s personal data to the US (the Decision). In it, the DPC ordered Meta Ireland to suspend Facebook’s future transfers of personal data to the U.S. within five … Continue reading

European rulings on the use of Google Analytics and how it may affect your business

Recent decisions out of the EU will impact the use of Google Analytics and similar non-European analytics services when targeting EU individuals, with the potential to put many organizations at risk of receiving GDPR fines. At issue was the transfer of personal data from the EU to the US through the use of Google Analytics. … Continue reading
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