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  1. At a two-day high level meeting in Vienna, EDPB Members have agreed to further enhance cooperation on strategic cases and to diversify the range of cooperation methods used. Andrea Jelinek, Chair of the European Data Protection Board, said: "In...

  2. Mr Alain Herrmann, Commissioner of the CNPD, will participate in the panel "COVID-19 and Data Protection: Lessons Learned" at the Privacy Symposium Conference 2022. The Privacy Symposium Conference, which takes place from 5-7 April in Venice, provides a...

  3. Right to object

    Apple is conducting ground surveys with vehicles in Luxembourg to collect data for its Apple Maps service. The recordings will be made by Apple from April 11,2022. This time, Apple is also conducting surveys with portable systems in select...

  4. International transfers of personal data

    On 17 December 2021, the European Commission found by means of an adequacy decision that the Republic of Korea ensures an adequate level of protection with regard to the protection of personal data, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation.

  5. Organised by LU-CIX, the Luxembourg Internet Days are back in digital format from November 16 to 18, with a rich programme to talk about Network Security and Cloud Security. No less than three Luxembourg ministers will present their approach...

  6. The CNPD presented its annual report with the key figures for the year 2020 at a press conference in Esch/Belval today. Ensuring the protection of personal data in the COVID-19 era Since March 2020, the daily lives of...

  7. The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) shared some statistics on resources made available by Member States to the supervisory authorities (SA) from the European Economic Area (EEA) and on enforcement actions by the SAs. This report was made after receiving...

  8. Right to object

    Apple is conducting ground surveys with vehicles in Luxembourg to collect data for its Apple Maps service. The recordings will be made by Apple vehicles from August 16 to September 10, 2021. Apple will censor faces and license plates on...

  9. Given the fact that on July 29, 2021 Amazon published its quarterly results and publicly disclosed that the company was imposed a fine from the Luxembourg regulator on data protection because of infringements with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR...

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