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Could Personal Data be the New Cost for Health Progression?

Sep 13, 2019 12:16:39 PM / by Brodie Bavidge posted in USA, EU, GDPR Compliance, US, Data Privacy, Data Protection, Processing, Data Processing, Data Breach, Data Security, Personal Data, Data Controlling, Data Consent, GDPR Predictions, hubspot, gdpr 2019, Europe, Britain

The age old question we ask ourselves on what we receive, is to what we have to give up in order to have it. Will data become the new aspect we give up in order for tech in the health field progress? With new ways to help improve the lives of millions of people who potentially can be at their most vulnerable, personal data continues to be of major importance in health progression. At the same time, it begs the question: what will happen if business and ethics clash as a result of bettering healthcare?   

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The future of data processing in driverless cars: the shift from connected to autonomous

Jun 26, 2019 11:00:00 AM / by Laurens Mommers | COO | PrivacyPerfect posted in USA, EU, Processing, GDPR Controller, GDPR Processor, Data Controlling, Connected Automobiles

The shift from ‘connected cars’ (cars communicating with their manufacturers, traffic lights, surrounding vehicles etc.) to ‘self-driving’, ‘driverless’ or ‘autonomous cars’, will impose new challenges to GDPR compliance. Business models and use cases of such cars will change, as will controllership, processors, purposes, and types of data being processed. In this article, we will discuss the repercussions and challenges to GDPR compliance in this paradigm shift.

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A never-ending story: your organisation’s processor chains

Apr 18, 2018 10:00:00 AM / by Laurens Mommers | COO | PrivacyPerfect posted in Data Privacy, Data Protection, Processing, Subprocesscing, Data Processing, GDPR Processings

Assume that you just found yourself with a supposedly complete article 30 GDPR register of your processing activities. You did the meticulous work of inventorying the activities, their purposes, the data subject categories and categories of personal data involved, and all the other information required by the article. You sigh deeply and sit back for a moment. Are you ready now?

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