Serbia gets its standard contractual clauses Garante: Employers, deactivate e-mail account of the departing employees If employers want to be compliant with GDPR, what should they do with employee’s corporate e-mail account after termination of his employment? Italian supervisory authority’s decision of 2 July 2020, against Mapei S.p.A., gives us answers to this question. Processing agreements: Copy-pasting from GDPR art. 28 does not suffice Processing agreements: Copy-pasting from GDPR Art. 28 does not suffice Last September, the European Data Protection Board issued its Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR. The guidelines were subject to public consultation until 19 October. Nowak: Opinions are personal data; access is to data, not documents Nowak: Opinions are personal data; access is to data, not documents The Court of Appeal of Ireland adopted on 1 July 2020 a judgement in a dispute between Peter Nowak and the Irish Data Protection Commissioner, as respondent, at the end of a years-long judicial saga. BC Partners pens contract to buy United Group from KKR CNIL imposes a fine on a French online shoe retailer The French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) issued on 28 July 2020 a fine of €250,000 against Spartoo, a French company which specializes in selling shoes online. The decision offers rich insights into the failures of a data controller to fulfil the GDPR requirements concerning data minimization, data retention, privacy notices, and security of processing. Saving Montenegro Airlines Saving Montenegro Airlines The Montenegrin Agency for Protection of Competition issued on 3 September 2020 a decision to open a formal investigation procedure into the compatibility with state aid rules of the state aid granted by virtue of the 2019 Law on Investment into Consolidation and Development of the Company for Air Transport of Passengers and Goods “Montenegro Airlines” A.D. Podgorica. Slide

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