In the context of their return-to-work policies companies are seeking solutions to detect individuals with fever at the entrance of their premises with the aim of preventing further contamination within the buildings. This can be achieved by means of conventional thermometers, digital fever scanners directed at the forehead of the person, or sophisticated thermal camera systems. The Belgian Data Protection … Continue Reading
As the world focuses its efforts on the right strategy to beat the coronavirus and make normal life safe again, businesses are devising and implementing a variety of measures to deal with the COVID-19 crisis which rely on the collection, use and dissemination of personal data.
To assist with this challenge and ensure that privacy and cybersecurity aspects are appropriately … Continue Reading
On 7 March 2019, the Dutch Data Protection Authority published guidance (in Dutch) that it considers “cookie walls” to violate the GDPR. A cookie wall is a pop-up on a website that blocks a user from access to the website until he or she consents to the placing of tracking cookies or similar technologies.
Under current Dutch cookie law, functional … Continue Reading
The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) is the joint coordination body of the EU data protection authorities. The EDPB provides guidance on the application of the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). With the GDPR having come into force, the EDPB thus replaces the … Continue Reading
No one could accuse the EU Article 29 Working Party (WP29) of not delivering as promised. Following its recently held December plenary meeting, the WP29 has released three separate guidelines with their interpretation of some key aspects of the General Data Protection Regulation, namely:
- data portability,
- data protection officers (DPOs), and
- lead supervisory authorities.
At the same time, the WP29 … Continue Reading