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Data Protection Bites 2/2020

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 WORLDWIDE HOT TOPICS: INTERNATIONAL DATA PROTECTION UPDATES IN A NUTSHELL

​ESTONIA

More than a hundred violation notices from data protection breaches in 2019

The privacy of individuals was compromised 115 times according to the violation notices submitted to the Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate in 2019.

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GERMANY

Shutdown of Twitter usage for companies and public authorities?

In the past few days, the data protection commissioner of the state of Baden-Württemberg has caused discussions in connection with the use of social media services.

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spain

Contradictions on Apps’ privacy policies and the risks of using templates

A large number of Google Play Store mobile applications (“Apps”) contain privacy policies that do not honestly and adequately reflect what happens to the personal information they collect from users. In many cases, the use of standard policies or templates is the practice to blame for the contradictions between what the company claims to do with users’ data and what actually happens with their data.

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 DPA OBSERVATORY

LATVIA

Explanation on the Exposure of Personal Data

​At the beginning of the year the Data State Inspectorate (hereinafter – DSI) – the Latvian national supervisory authority responsible for observing compliance and protection of personal data, released a statement, where it comments on the processing of personal data of natural persons who take part in commercial activities in Latvia. 

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​Finland

How the GDPR has affected the details published by the Finnish Tax Authority

Finland generally prides itself on being a transparent an open society. A good example of this is something quite unique to this Nordic state. Personal tax record belonging to private individuals are public.

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