A report on the application of the Data Protection Regulation for the European Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies.
On 7 October 2022, President Biden signed an Executive Order on ‘Enhancing Safeguards for United States Signals Intelligence Activities'.
Today, officials from the Personal Information Protection Commission of Japan (PPC), other relevant authorities of Japan, the European Commission and EU data protection authorities met to conduct the first review of the EU-Japan mutual adequacy arrangement that was put in place in 2019.
The European Commission (EC) is organising on 25th May 2018 three events to mark the entry into application of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): one in Brussels, one in New Delhi and one in Santiago.
Today Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, will meet the EP Conference of Presidents to discuss the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Tomorrow, 28 January marks European Data Protection Day. Data protection is a fundamental right in the European Union; it is part of the European DNA and deserves the highest protection standards.
Today the Commission proposes a Regulation for Data Protection in Union Institutions and Bodies. The Regulation would update the data protection rules applicable to the EU institutions and bodies, so that they are in line with the General Data Protection Regulation. Anyone, whose personal data is handled by European institutions or their agencies, would benefit from higher data protection standards.