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The Polish data protection authority will inspect compliance with the regulations on data protection officers
A list of questions has been published on the website of the Personal Data Protection Office on compliance with the GDPR provisions on data protection officers. These issues will need to be addressed by data controllers and processers summoned by the data protection authority.
Are you drafting a whistleblowing policy? Don’t forget about personal data
employment, data protection
Work is underway on a bill implementing the EU’s Whistleblower Directive (2019/1937). It is not yet clear whether the directive will be implemented into Polish law on time (by 17 December 2021), but many companies are already drafting the necessary documents and organisational procedures.
What does your video game know about you? Data processed by the gaming industry
gaming, data protection
Many entities in the gaming industry believe that they process little or no personal data. This belief can be misleading. We discuss what gaming companies should look out for in practice to avoid the risk of financial penalties
What is the right to personal data?
new technologies, data protection
When seeking inspiration for the future legal status of data, it is worth taking a closer look at how the right to personal data has been shaped. In particular, we could consider whether it is a property right and whether the current legal framework for the right to personal data corresponds to reality and meets our needs.
Marketing communications to individuals: What’s the story with consent?
Most businesses react nervously when they hear the letters “GDPR,” as in their view the regulation gets in the way of performing their day-to-day work, particularly marketing. At the same time, many businesses get lost in the tangle of regulations they are supposed to follow if they wish to lawfully direct marketing communications to individuals. What issues cause them the most difficulty?
Ensuring the transparency of websites is vital from the perspective of the GDPR. Persons entering a website must be aware of how their personal data will be processed on the site and for what purpose.