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Main EDPB Documents (updated)
List of the key adopted and published documents by the European Data Protection Board - EDPB
Digital Markets Act (DMA) and interoperability: encryption and privacy at risk for messaging systems?
The intent to qualify «gatekeepers» and ensure their platforms are interoperable with other systems could undermine privacy.
IA & Nuove Forme di Discriminazione
Event organized by the Associazione Nazionale Docenti Informatica Giuridica e Diritto dell’Informatica (ANDIG), the Laboratorio di Diritto dell’Informatica e Informatica Forense DIEE of the University of Cagliari and DirICTo.
The proposed regulation on 'ePrivacy': the current status between the chronology of events and some considerations
An overview on the proposal for a Regulation on ePrivacy
“Data Protection Day 2022”
Data Protection Day 2022 Every year on January 28, we celebrate Data Protection Day (for Europe) and Data Privacy Day for those outside the union.
In any case, it is an opportunity to reflect on relevant issues related to the protection of personal data and privacy.
Today, I submit some reflections on three main points to the reader’s attention.
First, be aware that times have changed. That is what I wrote some time ago, and it is a fundamental aspect but, at the same time, the main starting point....
“Studio Legale Fabiano has a new website with Hugo”
Studio Legale Fabiano has a new site I finished (at least I hope so) the IT activities necessary for the porting of the Studio’s website (Studio Legale Fabiano) from WordPress to Hugo.
Notably, it was not a simple “porting” but a series of additional activities aimed at defining the theme the arrangement of images and code so that the entire site was entirely correct and, therefore, ready to be published....
“Our Blog 'NicFab' is now on Hugo”
Hugo & NicFab After many years in the company of WordPress, we have completed the migration of our NicFab blog to Hugo.
Our decision came after a careful reflection that led us to consider the features of Hugo and related resources, not excluding the success of the publication of NicFab Notes which is our digital notebook for which we used the same, Hugo.
Hugo proves to be a performing and modular solution, suitable for our needs and allowing us better management of the contributions to be published....
ePrivacy Regulation: the current Perspective
Foto di Pavan Trikutam Previous Next Page: / The subject is pretty challenging indeed, considering that the EU proposal on the e-Privacy regulation is under the Institutions’ attention and not defined yet. I created a map consisting of eight sections, where I included all (I hope) the issues related to the proposal on the ePrivacy Regulation, and I will comment on it in each Section.
First Section - The Directive 2002/58/CE Starting from the beginning, it’s clear that we are not talking about a new Regulation on this subject....
XMPP is a solution that allows users to have control over their personal information: our choice Snikket
Here is the first short contribution to clarify the impact of the messaging apps on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data. We refer you to our previous contribution related to the subject “communication manner” which people use nowadays and precisely the digital communication, by using messaging apps.
People pay more attention to trends, diffusion, the number of users of a particular app, and less to the most relevant aspects such as privacy and data protection....
Whatsapp? No thanks, I prefer to have control over my data
It’s been months since I deleted my account from Whatsapp. However, other users continue to see my active profile and write to me. Among these, unaware of my decisions, some were concerned about not receiving a response, while others were probably angry. The numerous messages and open tickets to support and even the DPO were no use because nothing has changed.
The FAQ states, “It may take up to 90 days from the beginning of the deletion process to delete your WhatsApp information....