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BY THE LUXEMBOURG DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY: CONSEQUENCES OF THE BREXIT FOR INTERNATIONAL TRANSFERENCE OF DATA
  • 13/07/2021

BY THE LUXEMBOURG DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY: CONSEQUENCES OF THE BREXIT FOR INTERNATIONAL TRANSFERENCE OF DATA

On the 28th of June 2021, the European Commission has revealed, with two adequacy decision, that the United Kingdom provides an adequate level of personal data protection, in compliance with he General Data Protection Regulation and the Directive on personal…

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BY THE LUXEMBOURG DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY: A NEW PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON CERTIFICATION CRITERIA “GDPR-CARPA” HAS BEEN STARTED
  • 10/05/2021

BY THE LUXEMBOURG DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY: A NEW PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON CERTIFICATION CRITERIA “GDPR-CARPA” HAS BEEN STARTED

The entrance in force of the General Data Protection Regulation offers the possibility to implement mechanisms of certification in the filed of personal data protection. For this reason, the CNPD has drawn up a certification scheme for the personal data…

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BY THE LUXEMBOURG DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY: CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE CNPD ON THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA IN THE CONTEXT OF A HEALTH CRISIS
  • 16/02/2021

BY THE LUXEMBOURG DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY: CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE CNPD ON THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA IN THE CONTEXT OF A HEALTH CRISIS

Since March 2020, the European Union has been experiencing a health crisis due to the coronavirus. In this context, Luxembourg's private and public entities have been facing increasingly complex challenges in their daily operations. New challenges surface throughout the deconfinement,…

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BY THE LUXEMBOURG DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY: CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE CNPD ON THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA IN THE CONTEXT OF A HEALTH CRISIS
  • 21/12/2020

BY THE LUXEMBOURG DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY: CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE CNPD ON THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA IN THE CONTEXT OF A HEALTH CRISIS

Since March, the European Union has been experiencing a health crisis due to the coronavirus. In this context, Luxembourg's private and public entities have been facing increasingly complex challenges in their daily operations. New challenges surface throughout the deconfinement, especially…

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