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Data should not be held for longer than is needed and shouldn’t be kept ‘just in case’ you have a need for it in the future. If you keep sensitive data for too long – even if it’s being held securely and not being misused – you may still be violating the GDPR’s requirements…
Following “Schrems II,” privacy professionals have been waiting for a conclusive answer to the issue of data flows. The European Commission unveiled its draft implementing decision for the new SCCs last November and negotiations over an updated Privacy Shield have been “intensifying.”
Has there been anything more anticipated than the EU Commission’s updated standard contractual clauses (SCCs)? Hardly! There are surely major celebrations ongoing in the privacy community eagerly looking forward to the demanding work of implementing the new clauses. The SCCs were issued on 4 June 2021 and come into effect on 27 June 2021.
Security, Risk and Data Privacy specialists Wrangu announced the launch of the latest version of their data privacy management tool: Privacy Hub by Wrangu 5.0.
As digital vaccine certificates emerge, governments and private organisations will restrict access to services and shared spaces based on an individual’s status, excluding those who have not received the vaccine. These initiatives will require large-scale data collection and processing of sensitive health data creating the infrastructure for new forms of surveillance.
Wrangu today announced its partnership with Sofigate.
In Brazil, the ANPD is still new and adapting to its role. The LPPD in Turkey has been in force for longer but questions remain over the legal manner for transferring data out of the country.
Two days of arguments, April 28th and 29th, were heard but a judgment is not expected for a few weeks. The concern is what the implications will follow. If the Supreme Court allows Mr. Lloyd to bring this claim on behalf of a class, many similar class action cases will follow.