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Data Protection and Privacy
On 15 December 2015, the European Parliament and Council of the European Union agreed on the final text of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“Regulation“). We now know what...
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The shortcomings in the Draft Serbian Data Protection Act (“Draft“), analysed in our blog posts of 13 and 17 November, do not tell the whole story about the Draft. The document also contains positive features, mainly (but...
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On the trail of our previous blog post, we shed some more light on contentious provisions in the Draft Serbian Data Protection Act (“Draft“).   1)  Data controllers in charge of processing special...
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Following our first blog post of 10 November, we now turn to some of the key provisions in  the Draft Serbian Data Protection Act (“Draft“) which, in our opinion, compare poorly with the corresponding...
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Тhe Ministry of Justice released a draft Personal Data Protection Act (“Draft”) on 4 November 2015. In this blog post and a few subsequent ones, we shall highlight the key...
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The last year’s judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on the “right to be forgotten” (Google v. AEPD) was surprising, in part because it was...
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The Montenegrin Data Protection Agency recently joined the club of the authorities in Europe who have publicly taken a position on whether their national data protection laws apply to Facebook....
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The Serbian Whistleblowers Protection Act (“Whistleblower Act”), which applies from 5th of June, focuses on the protection of whistleblowers, by stipulating a number of safeguards that should encourage potential whistleblowers to report...
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News reports published in the second half of May 2015: “Drama of the legendary actor: Gaga Nikolić is fighting for his life!”; “The actor is in critical condition: Dragan Nikolić...
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