Now that the “Schrems III” case is in the making, it is time to talk again about consent. What is the case this time? We are talking about the situation of “bundling” consent with acceptance of terms or conditions, or “tying” the provision of a contract or a service to... read more →
Organizations based outside of the EU or EEA, but subject to the GDPR, are required to appoint an EU representative (EU Rep), according to Article 27 GDPR. In practise, due to the various obligations to comply with the GDPR, the necessity of an EU Rep feels like a drop in... read more →
Just over three years ago, the GDPR was passed into law. Contrary to the scare before its enforcement, fines weren’t exactly issued left and right on day one – but they’re now finally picking up speed. The GDPR allows the EU’s Data Protection Authorities to issue fines of up to... read more →
Today, we’re taking a big step toward supporting even more business-integrated privacy programs. With support for Slack, Teams and Zapier, as well as opening up our API, privacy teams will be able to get value on the apps they use the most every day. Integrations is set up to notice... read more →
The principle of transparency requires that controllers are open and honest about what they do with data subjects’ personal data and that they communicate that in a simple way. The problem is that what is simple for me as a lawyer, is not necessarily simple for everyone. Although the GDPR... read more →
Learn about everything that's been introduced to DPOrganizer so far in 2021, including new feature releases, general improvements, and our updated professional services packages.
The GDPR makes salespeople and marketers nervous because it’s hard to understand what the legislation means for daily sales and email marketing activities, which is a fair concern. First, it’s important to understand that GDPR is only a small part of what governs direct marketing to consumers. We also have... read more →
In the last couple of weeks, a new piece of legislation -the ePrivacy Derogation – was passed by the EU Parliament. This has drawn a lot of attention and became a thorny topic among data protection professionals; welcomed by some, boohooed by others. On 10 September 2020, the Commission published... read more →