By contrast, that operator is not, in principle, a controller in respect of the subsequent processing of those data carried out by Facebook alone.
A summary of the exchange of views, with a focus on digital, transport and finance policy, is now available.
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“Liberty & Security” – these are the two perspectives the Technology Symposium will focus on this year to approach the rapid changes that are happening in technology and society.
The EDPS has adopted and published its lists of the kinds of processing operations that require a data protection impact assessment (DPIA) under Article 39 of the data protection regulation for the EU institutions, as well as those that at first sight do not require a DPIA.
On June 19, 2019 the e-Infrastructure Reflection Group (e-IRG) officially published a new policy document titled “National Nodes – Getting organised; how far are we?”. The aim is to present a representative picture of the European e-Infrastructure landscape at its current state and to provide, on the basis of this analysis, a number of recommendations on how to efficiently implement the e-Infrastructure Commons in the form of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).
On June 28, the European Union and the Republic of Korea held their 5th EU-RoK Cyber Dialogue in Brussels.
Prof. Dr. Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director of ENISA moderated on 11 July 2019 a panel at CODE’s Annual Conference in Munich.
The European Commission announced today that, as a result of negotiations with Airbnb, the platform has improved and fully clarified the way it presents accommodation offers to consumers, which is now in line with the standards set in EU consumer law. This follows the call from the European Commission and EU consumer authorities in July 2018.