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GDPR. You have six options to process your personal data legally. Which one do you choose?

GDPR brings six grounds on which you can process your legal data. One is consent, but it must be accompanied by information, can be withdrawn at any time, and in some cases may be invalid (for example in working relationships). At the same time, you are required to demonstrate at any time that you have… Read the full article

Management of personal data as of May 2018

After four years of preparation and debate, the General Data Protection Regulation was finally endorsed by the European Parliament on 14 April 2016. It will enter into force 20 days after its publication in the Official Journal of the EU and will be applied directly in all Member States two years after that date. Date… Read the full article

Electronic signatures – solution to the conclusion of distance contracts

In a recent event, Deloitte specialists discussed, from several perspectives, the implications of technology change over taxation. Among other things, the lack of legal regulation regarding the widespread use of technology has been presented. For example, in the case of commercial contracts concluded at a distance, via e-mail, the use of electronic signature can be… Read the full article

Checking the age of visitors under GDPR

Not any site that processes personal data will have to verify the age of visitors based on the future data protection legislation. Starting with May 2018, the processing of personal data of children under the age of 16 will be possible only on the basis of the parental agreement. Requesting a parental agreement to use online… Read the full article

SaaS Agreements – Preparing for change

The General Data Protection which replaces the EU Data Protection Directive and harmonises European Data Protection Law from 25th of May 2018 will have a significant effect on both SaaS suppliers and SaaS customers. However, the GDPR will not fully harmonise the data protection, as each EU country can and may introduce their own requirements.… Read the full article