The Czech Data Protection Association will host an EFDPO panel discussion at their 7th annual Data conference in Prague.
Czech Data Protection Authority has issued fines to various website providers for breaches of the GDPR.
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On 20.7.2023, the European Federation of Data Protection Officers in cooperation with the Czech Data Protection...
13:00 - 14:00 CETOne of the goals of the European Federation of Data Protection Officers (EFDPO) is to promote the...
On 22 June 2023, the 5th meeting of Data Protection Officers in the healthcare sector, organised by the Czech Data...
On the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the GDPR, the Czech Data Protection Association published an electronic publication summarizing both 5 years of our life with the GDPR and the activities of the Association.
For the fifth time, the Czech Data Protection Assiciation has chosen the best Data Protection Officers appointed under the GDPR. This time, it selected the best and most active of them for the year 2022. The awards were presented at a ceremony held on 25 May 2023 in Prague.
The Czech Office for Personal Data Protection has launched a public consultation on the material „Methodology for the design and operation of CCTV systems in terms of processing and protection of personal data“.
The President of the Czech Data Protection Authority confirms the fine on the Czech Ministry of the Interior
A fine of CZK 975,000 (39.000 EUR) has been imposed on the Czech Ministry of the Interior for the widespread processing of data on persons who have been ordered to be isolated due to proven COVID-19 disease.
The Czech Data Protection Authority has drafted a “Methodological Recommendation for Legislative Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)”.
The Transfer of Personal Data Outside The Eu Is An Important Topic For Many European Companies And Institutions
Some experts in the field of personal data protection are concerned about excessive restrictions on the free flow of personal data, especially between democratic countries, including the EU and the USA, but at the same time agree that excessive benevolence in the transfer of personal data outside the EU is not appropriate.