Cities and municipalities in the Czech Republic have approached the obligations arising from the right to the protection of personal data differently. If we look away from those who have only formally secured DPOs position and rely on the absence of fines, we come to a smaller group of those with an honest approach and a genuine effort to secure a range of responsibilities. But they often fail in many situations.
Comments on the EDPB’s draft “Guidelines 4/2022 on the calculation of administrative fines under the GDPR”
The Czech Data Protection Association sent the following comments on the draft of the EDPB “Guidelines 04/2022 on the calculation of administrative fines under the GDPR”.
On April 26, 2022, the Czech Data Protection Association organized a “club evening” with the Data Protection Officer...
Comments on the draft of the EDPB “Guidelines 3/2022 on Dark patterns in social media platform interfaces: How to recognise and avoid them”
The Czech Data Protection Association sent the following comments on the draft of the EDPB “Guidelines 3/2022 on Dark...
On 22 March 2022, the Czech Data protection Association and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) organized an online seminar on the future of personal data protection and privacy from the US and European Union perspectives.
Arbitration Court attached to the Czech Chamber of Commerce and the Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic and the Czech Data Protection Association have established cooperation in resolving disputes in the field of personal data processing.
The Czech Data Protection Association sent the following comments on the draft of the EDPB draft Guidelines 01/2022 on data subject rights – Right of access (Guidelines).
Statement of the the Czech Data Protection Association on the implications of the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation
The Czech Data Protection Association is an organization gathering the data protection officers and experts focused on privacy and personal data processing issues in the Czech Republic. As an organisation as well as a group of citizens of the Czech Republic, we cannot ignore the violations of international law and the associated systematic disregard of human rights that are taking place in the context of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.
The Czech Data Protection Association organized on 14 January 2022 – in cooperation with the Czech Union of In-House Lawyers – an online workshop on topic of personal data processing in the context of the whistleblowing.
In the Czech Republic, the Electronic Communications Act was amended with effect from 1 January 2022. This change...
In its judgment No.1 As 238/2021 from 11.11.2021, the Czech Supreme Administrative Court dealt with a question whether or not liability for data breach is absolute under Czech law. Although the case was considered under the rules of old Directive 95/46/EC, the court held that these conclusions can also apply to the GDPR.
ublished on its website an overview and more detailed information on closed inspections for the first half of the year 2021.