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GDPR: its time has come

Karen Renaud, Lynsay Shepherd
2018 Network Security  
The time has come -get ready!  ...  It is not hard to achieve privacy policy compliance when it comes to website privacy policies, but it will take a bit of effort and some serious editing to make it as easy as possible for people to understand  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1353-4858(18)30017-5 fatcat:ki4wjke665ezvgtm4toc7y35wu

GDPR: A Privacy Regime

Pranaya Dayalu, M. Punnagai
2019 International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development  
The extensive research on GDPR has prompted the author to attract attention to the key changes seen after the implementation of GDPR and the robust data privacy regime built by its awakening.  ...  This paper stands as proof that, GDPR is the answer to all the data privacy questions and problems faced by the society. The author briefs through the history of enactment EU GDPR and its necessity.  ...  Individuals may withdraw their consent at any time.  ... 
doi:10.31142/ijtsrd23460 fatcat:ytvsjecyzzbezie7woa5onmd64


Lara Shemtob
2021 British Journal of General Practice  
anyone who registers a Type 1 Opt out at any time to remove their previously collected data from the dataset, as well as prevent further data collection.  ...  Though the letter alludes to an eventual plan to retire Type 1 Opt outs, it refers to ensuring patients will always have an easy means of exercising their choice to opt in or out of data collection.  ...  GPDPR versus GDPR Life & Times "... NHS Digital has maintained that the programme ... upholds rigorous privacy and security standards ... "  ... 
doi:10.3399/bjgp21x717005 pmid:34446415 pmcid:PMC8378577 fatcat:hdfpgbfinjcefioxx3zwu6owne

Design Challenges for GDPR RegTech

Paul Ryan, Martin Crane, Rob Brennan
2020 Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems  
This paper demonstrates a RegTech approach to GDPR compliance can facilitate an organisation meeting its accountability obligations.  ...  It is shown that many GDPR solutions lack interoperability features such as standard APIs, meta-data or reports and they are not supported by published methodologies or evidence to support their validity  ...  It has been developed to measure the GDPR compliance level in an organisation.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0009464507870795 dblp:conf/iceis/RyanCB20 fatcat:f7xtkfzsinc3jkrkheyl4y5eey

GDPR Implementation Case Study Protocol [article]

Jane Henriksen-Bulmer, Shamal Faily
2020 Figshare  
Case Study Protocol With the introduction of GDPR many smaller businesses, including charities, struggled with understanding how best to implement the new provisions brought in by the new regulation.  ...  To this end, this is the case study protocol devised to support a case study conducted in collaboration with ta Local Charitable organisation in the UK to support them implementing GDPR across the organisation  ...  compliance, particularly when it comes to ensuring data subjects can exercise their right to be forgotten.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12220250.v1 fatcat:34bc3zttmza7talqsege2aoeri

Brexit and Biobanking: GDPR Perspectives [chapter]

Andelka M. Phillips, Tamara K. Hervey
2021 Law, Governance and Technology Series  
These post-Brexit futures are the position if the draft Withdrawal Agreement is ratified and comes into force, and the position if it does not (a so-called 'No Deal' Brexit).  ...  AbstractAt the time we wrote this chapter, we undertook the almost impossible task of providing a legal analysis of an event (Brexit) that had not happened and might never have happened.  ...  One of these (the UK leaving the EU without a Withdrawal Agreement) has not come to pass.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-49388-2_9 fatcat:ghxslzrlzrhjjfgy2k5mtyg4ve

Consent by GDPR vs. Blockchain

Bruno Moslavac
2020 Revista Acadêmica Escola Superior do Ministério Público do Ceará  
The role of consent in personal data protection today is probably the first question for researches on how it impacts in our daily lives, ordinarily or on-line.  ...  Finally, the author concludes that the principle of lawfulness stated by GDPR is not violated if the personal data processor using blockchain technology does not obtain consent for the processing of personal  ...  Every string of data has only one unique hash bound to it. Potential abuse of any personal data stored in particular chain requires legal protection based on GDPR rules.  ... 
doi:10.54275/raesmpce.v12i1.22 fatcat:upfaipp325bdxhvydugykdnmwm

MaaS and GDPR: an overview [article]

Federico Costantini
2017 arXiv   pre-print
This contribution, after a short description of MaaS and an introduction to the issues of data protection in ITS, explores the impact of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in the European Union,  ...  From a legal perspective, this model of ITS (Intelligent Transport System) raises several concerns with regard to data protection.  ...  Although this approach is acknowledged as very promising because of its efficacy, it has been criticized for its vagueness and the lack of clear criteria when it comes to practical application. 27 GDPR  ... 
arXiv:1711.02950v1 fatcat:u5mo56adqvc4ri7yoqgak6nhn4

GDPR: A new challenge for personal data protection
GDPR - novi izazov zaštite podataka o ličnosti

Erne Mraznica
2017 Bankarstvo  
At the same time, this will be an opportunity to correct the potential shortcomings in the existing processes and to significantly raise awareness about the organization of personal data protection standards  ...  Summary On May, 4th 2016 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was published in the Official Gazette of the EU, which will be in force from May, 25th 2018.  ...  The right on personal data protection is not an absolute right; it has to be observed in the relation to its function in the society and it has to be balanced with the other basic rights, by applying the  ... 
doi:10.5937/bankarstvo1704166m fatcat:hfck7km65fhqbamqj66obm3vty


Jasna Čošabić
Special features that are going to be dealt with in this paper relate to processing of personal data by digital media under the GDPR, which include teritorrial scope of GDPR and its global applicability  ...  now, and that will affect their way of doing business, after the GDPR became operative on 25 May 2018.  ...  Therefore it comes under the auspices of the GDPR and every collection and storing of IP addresses must be done in accordance with it.  ... 
doi:10.7251/blcmes1801112c fatcat:ziss7pbuanddbjjtah3xlry3na

The Privacy Policy Landscape After the GDPR [article]

Thomas Linden, Rishabh Khandelwal, Hamza Harkous, Kassem Fawaz
2019 arXiv   pre-print
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is one of the most demanding and comprehensive privacy regulations of all time.  ...  A year after it went into effect, we study its impact on the landscape of privacy policies online.  ...  As a result, it is updated from time to time. Any such changes will be posted on this page.  ... 
arXiv:1809.08396v3 fatcat:tfqegex2e5gddkwoxkod7567qa

Understanding The Dna Of Eu'S Gdpr

IndraStra Global Editorial Team
2018 Zenodo  
On May 25, 2018, a new data protection regulation touted as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Regulation (European Union - EU) 2016/689, will come into force in the European Union (EU) and its  ...  It will replace the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. The GDPR will have a significant impact in protecting the data and digital footprint of users of apps and another digital platform.  ...  But in the case of GDPR, it has retained the core principles of the Data Protection Directive but has beefed them up.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1221358 fatcat:5ns7bd5gfzen3ob2ig7yd5atcu

Implications of GDPR on Emerging Technologies

Surya Prakash Biswal, Mugdha S Kulkarni
2021 Revista GEINTEC  
Due to these requirements, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implementation has become a necessity to ensure future sustenance and functionality of existing and growing organizations.  ...  on the implementation of GDPR applications.  ...  GDPR has made it a mandatory function for every organization to keep an account of personal data collected at all times, and should also keep a tab on access to data and permissions granted for its usage  ... 
doi:10.47059/revistageintec.v11i4.2512 fatcat:5i7jahi4vffgvgjgladi77gmcu

GDPR impact on the Romanian health clinics

Loredana Costina, Adrian Corobană
2021 Proceedings of the International Conference on Business Excellence  
While the Regulation aimed to offer better protection of personal data, it also posed many challenges for the companies processing such data.  ...  Therefore, one of the main industries that was highly impacted by GDPR was the healthcare industry.  ...  Conclusions and possible solutions The General Data Protection Regulation has come into effect on 25 of May 2018 and has imposed new obligations for the companies processing personal data.  ... 
doi:10.2478/picbe-2021-0084 fatcat:uiwczzrd6fdxhfewddsredzjpu

Covid-19, Contact Tracing and GDPR

2020 International Journal of Humanities and Social Science  
so-called "Immuni" app, involving, prima facie, an invasive control in people's lives: hence, once the terms and characteristics of this tracking system have been reconstructed, the need to identify its  ...  legal basis in light of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and, in the event of a positive outcome of this assessment, the guarantees capable to ensure the necessary balance between the protection  ...  If a person with whom one has come into contact will test positive for Covid-19 following a test, the medical operator authorized by the positive citizen, through the anonymous identification of the same  ... 
doi:10.30845/ijhss.v10n9p9 fatcat:sshc7wuqgjgf5fp5vrmjmnnr5e
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