DPIA

Singapore Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) has published a guide on data protection in the blockchain.

Some key points:

Permissionless blockchain:

  • Any personal data published in-clear is a form
Continue Reading Data Protection on the Blockchain: Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission Weighs In

The old saying went that “if you don’t want it on the front page of the newspaper, don’t put it in an email.” Well, if you don’t want to produce
Continue Reading If You Don’t Want It Released to an Employee, Don’t Put It in Your Employee Files

What does the U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office have to say about what it takes for adtech initiatives to be compliant with data protection?

“There is an opportunity for market participants
Continue Reading Shape Up Or Ship Out: UK Information Commissioner’s Office Issues New Opinion Regarding Adtech Initiatives

The French Data Protection Authority CNIL has issued guidance on types of data processing for which a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) is not required under GDPR:

  • HR-related processing, not


Continue Reading Ten Examples of Data Processing Activities That Don’t Require a DPIA According to France’s CNIL

The European Data Protection Supervisor has produced an Accountability Toolkit that provides a detailed framework for conducting Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA) which can be useful for controllers and processors
Continue Reading European Data Protection Supervisor Issues Useful Data Protection Impact Assessment Toolkit