Nov 042015
 November 4, 2015  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Dr. Zoltán Tarján of Bird & Bird writes:

The National Data Protection and Freedom of Information Authority (Authority) recently published its recommendation on information requirements (Recommendation). According to the Authority’s experience, most data controllers are aware of their obligation to prepare data processing information documents. However, these documents often do not comply with certain fundamental constitutional requirements, and individuals are not able to recognise the effects of the data processing on their privacy. In order to help develop good practice, in its Recommendation the Authority provides data controllers with detailed guidelines regarding the requirements to be taken into consideration when preparing data processing information documents.

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