Podcast | DPO Update: Facial recognition, AI, data transfers, Brexit, data localisation, PSD2 data, P2B regs, NHS Test and Trace and latest fines
1. Data transfers: Using model clauses after Case C-311/18 Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland and Maximillian Schrems (Schrems 2) (link). ICO’s guidance on international transfers (link). Talks about the enhanced EU-US Privacy Shield (link). Gaia-X: A Federated Data Infrastructure for Europe (link). Johnson v Secretary of State (link).
2. Brexit: ICO on Information rights at the end of the transition period (link). The European Commission’s communication on the readiness for Brexit (link). EDPB’s Information note on BCRs for Groups of undertakings / enterprises which have ICO as BCR Lead SA (link).
3. Chinese data localisation requirements and recent developments (link).
4. Belgian Gegevensbeschermingsautoriteit fined Google 600,000 EUR for the right to be forgotten (link).
5. The Queen (on the application of Edward Bridges) (Appellant) v The Chief Constable of South Wales Police (Respondent) & others  EWCA Civ 1058 (link).
7. Danish Datatilsynet sided with a slaughterhouse business using fingerprints for access control (link).
9. European Commission expert group’s Assessment list for trustworthy AI (ALTAI) for self-assessment (link).
10.The Law Society’s Algorithms in the Criminal Justice System (link).
11. ICO’s Guidance on AI and data protection (link).
12. Aven v Orbis Business Intelligence Ltd  EWHC 1812 (QB) (link).
13. Orientations from the EDPS: Reactions of EU institutions as employers to the COVID-19 crisis (link).
14. GPA joint statement on global privacy expectations of video teleconferencing companies (link).
16. Guidelines 06/2020 on the interplay of the Second Payment Services Directive and the GDPR (link).
18. Danish Datatilsynet fined PrivatBo around €20,000 for unintentional breach of the security principle and reported it to the police (link).
20. ICO’s 2019-20 annual report (link).
21. Decision Technologies Limited fined £90,000 for relying non-compliant data aggregators (link).
22. Capital One fined $80m by the OCC for a hack in 2019 exposing the data of 100 million individuals (link).
23. The French CNIL fined SPARTOO €250,000 for weak passwords, data minimisation and data retention breaches (link).
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