Poland’s data protection authority, the UODO, offers guidance on email monitoring in the workplace:

  • The employer may introduce monitoring of the employee’s e-mail when it is necessary in the employer’s opinion to ensure work organization that allows full use of working time and proper use of the work tools provided to the employee.
  • The monitoring

Poland’s Data Protection Authority  UODO weighs in on “employee of the month” postings in the workplace.

  • The employer may, under certain conditions, display the best performance results in the workplace, based on his individual assessment.
  • The processing of employees’ personal data for the purposes of the efficient and effective functioning of the workplace may be

The Polish data protection authority has fined ClickQuickNow €47,126.97 for violating the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by requiring too difficult a process for revoking consent.

The process in question required the person who submits the statement of withdrawal of consent to indicate the reason for his request after the site provided the person with

The Polish data protection authority has fined a public authority 40,000 Euros for violations of GDPR including:

  • failure to execute Article 28 data processing agreements with its service providers
  • retaining personal data for longer than required by law
  • storing official videos only on YouTube in violation of the obligation to ensure availability, integrity and continuity

The Irish Data Protection Commission and Polish Data Protection Authority have issued guidance on data breach notification under GDPR in which they address the following questions, and more:

  • When do you “become aware”​ of a data breach?
  • What should a data breach notification include?
  • How do you communicate a data breach notification?

The guidance offers