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  1. Nov 2020
    1. The Euro-pean Union has recognized that Japan is offering sufficient protection of personal data under GDPR standards and has agreed to a framework for mutual and smooth transfer of personal data that allows data pro-tected under GDPR to flow freely between the two countries.

      ||Pavlina|| It is interesting to check

    2. GDPR has inspired a series of countries, including Brazil, India, Japan, South Korea, and Thailand, to follow suit with their own privacy protection laws.

      ||Pavlina|| this could be used for update of our GDPR coverage.

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    1. ePrivacy regulation

      was meant to come out together with the GDPR. ePrivacy regulation aims to allow for processing of some metadata without consent. What are the exact circumstances for data processing (e.g. pandemic is cited but what else?) and could it weaken the GDPR even if it gives way to possible processing of data that falls in the realm of national security. ||Jovan|| ||Katarina_An|| ||StephanieBP||

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  2. Oct 2020
  3. Sep 2020
    1. A brainstorming/question/proposal.

      This issue with Privacy shield going down has created a lot of buzz in technical community and I have first hand knowledge of European companies removing Google Analytics and related services from their websites which is a very big deal ad has consequences on business process among many other things. Since there is a lot of misunderstanding about the implications of this court decision, can we write something which is more tangible and useful for the average user than majority of texts I've came across on the web that go into detail explaining the rulings but not really explaining what operationally this means for website owners - similarly what happened when GDPR appeared. This could be one of those nice trending/visiting articles that can generate visibility for a long time.

      I would target a slightly wider audience of webmasters and business owners who are not into legal vocabulary but more in "what do I have to do now" and why the shouldn't rush into panic.

      ||Jovan|| ||Pavlina|| ||StephanieBP||

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  4. Aug 2020
    1. this text is report on application of GDPR. It points to the problems with SMSs and development of AI

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  5. Jul 2020
    1. It is a right that many EU citizens have taken advantage of, as is clear from the Google Transparency Report, according to which since 2014 nearly a million people demanded that almost four million links were deleted from search lists. And in around half the cases the search engine giant has complied with the request, whereby in the majority of instances it was links to Facebook that were removed.

      This is an interesting statistics of number of request for right to be forgotten.

      ||AndrijanaG|| who is following right to be forgotten at the DW?

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