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Blockchain and GDPR – friends or foes?

After Facebook announced Libra as a new cryptocurrency, many discussions started regarding definition of a blockchain and various regulatory obstacles for cryptocurrencies. This article gives perspective on regulatory definition of blockchain technologies and regulatory challenges when it comes to personal

GDPR and Digital Marketing

This article aims to provide a comprehensive assessment of the interactions between digital marketing and data protection laws, focusing on the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Although other domains of the law are also relevant for the digital marketing

GDPR and Employment Law in Croatia

1. EMPLOYMENT LAW 1.1. Key legislation and regulations As a general act on personal data processing, the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard

COVID-19 – Back to work guidelines

There are practical tips published by OSHwiki. OSHwiki has been developed by EU-OSHA, to enable the sharing of occupational safety and health (OSH) knowledge, information and best practices, in order to support government, industry and employee organisations in ensuring safety and

Fake news – the EU approach

At the beginning of pandemic caused by Covid-19 it became crucial to recognise information based on facts from disinformation. Information that are not based on the facts can cause panic and wrong decisions. The meaning that the popular phrase “fake

Regulating Algorithms

Evolution of Algorithms Technology advancement achieved velocity that is very difficult to keep up. New technologies demand the shift of the models used to approach problems that necessarily appear as side effects of such advancement. Technology that attracted a lot

F2I – Fintech & Insuretech

In November 2019, we participated at the conference F2I – FinTech InsureTech. This year the conference was organised as a two days event since the topic of technology in insurance industry has become more significant. The first day of the

Smart Privacy in Smart Cities

During IoT Forum, held in October 2019, we discussed what should be considered as smart privacy in smart cities. Basic steps for accomplishing smart privacy: Data protection impact assessment – carrying out data protection impact/risk assessment (e.g. for smart cameras

Data processing agreements and their “standard contractual clauses”

Article 28(8) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sets the option for national supervisory authority to issue the standard contractual clauses for the matters regarding data processing agreements between data controllers and data processors. In the event supervisory authority decides to undertake

Fintech and GDPR

Fintech and the GDPR  In the first hald of 2018, the Second Payment Service Directive came into force (PSD2), and few months later the General Data Protection Regulation became applicable (the GDPR). Within this article the relationship

Records of Data Processing Activities

Among the obligations set out by General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) there is one on maintaining a records of data processing activities. It is an internal records that contains the information of all personal data processing activities. In its Article

Blockchain and GDPR – friends or foes?

After Facebook announced Libra as a new cryptocurrency, many discussions started regarding definition of a blockchain and various regulatory obstacles for cryptocurrencies. This article gives perspective on regulatory definition of blockchain technologies and regulatory challenges when it comes to personal

GDPR and Digital Marketing

This article aims to provide a comprehensive assessment of the interactions between digital marketing and data protection laws, focusing on the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Although other domains of the law are also relevant for the digital marketing

GDPR and Employment Law in Croatia

1. EMPLOYMENT LAW 1.1. Key legislation and regulations As a general act on personal data processing, the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard

COVID-19 – Back to work guidelines

There are practical tips published by OSHwiki. OSHwiki has been developed by EU-OSHA, to enable the sharing of occupational safety and health (OSH) knowledge, information and best practices, in order to support government, industry and employee organisations in ensuring safety and

Fake news – the EU approach

At the beginning of pandemic caused by Covid-19 it became crucial to recognise information based on facts from disinformation. Information that are not based on the facts can cause panic and wrong decisions. The meaning that the popular phrase “fake

Regulating Algorithms

Evolution of Algorithms Technology advancement achieved velocity that is very difficult to keep up. New technologies demand the shift of the models used to approach problems that necessarily appear as side effects of such advancement. Technology that attracted a lot

F2I – Fintech & Insuretech

In November 2019, we participated at the conference F2I – FinTech InsureTech. This year the conference was organised as a two days event since the topic of technology in insurance industry has become more significant. The first day of the

Smart Privacy in Smart Cities

During IoT Forum, held in October 2019, we discussed what should be considered as smart privacy in smart cities. Basic steps for accomplishing smart privacy: Data protection impact assessment – carrying out data protection impact/risk assessment (e.g. for smart cameras

Data processing agreements and their “standard contractual clauses”

Article 28(8) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sets the option for national supervisory authority to issue the standard contractual clauses for the matters regarding data processing agreements between data controllers and data processors. In the event supervisory authority decides to undertake

Fintech and GDPR

Fintech and the GDPR  In the first hald of 2018, the Second Payment Service Directive came into force (PSD2), and few months later the General Data Protection Regulation became applicable (the GDPR). Within this article the relationship

Records of Data Processing Activities

Among the obligations set out by General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) there is one on maintaining a records of data processing activities. It is an internal records that contains the information of all personal data processing activities. In its Article

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