DPO Radio | November 19, 2021

Episode 3

  1. Belgian authority expected to conclude that the Transparency & Consent Framework or TCF is not compliant with the GDPR and IAB Europe is liable as joint controller (link), the Irish Council for Civil Liberties reports (link).
  2. Lloyd v Google LLC [2021] UKSC 50 (link).
  3. OAIC concluded that Clearview AI breached the privacy of Australians (link) having jointly investigated with the ICO (link).
  4. Chinese Draft Outbound Data Transfer Security Assessment Measures (link).
  5. New standard contractual clauses expected for foreign controllers caught by GDPR’s extraterritorial effect (link).
  6. Global Privacy Assembly’s Principles for Governmental Access to Personal Data held by the Private Sector for National Security and Public Safety Purposes (link).
  7. ICO’s Draft Journalism Code of Practice (link).
  8. ICO’s Draft anonymisation, pseudonymisation and privacy enhancing technologies guidance Chapter 2: How do we ensure anonymisation is effective? (link).
  9. ICO’s Response to DCMS consultation “Data: a new direction” (link).
  10. Chinese Guiding Opinions on Strengthening Overall Governance of Internet Information Service Algorithms (link).
  11. ICO’s opinion on Age Assurance for the Children’s Code (link) and ICO’s Children’s Code Design Guidance (link).
  12. ICO Regulatory Sandbox: Child Privacy Consent Management Platform by Seers (link).
  13. ICO Regulatory Sandbox: Gambling Commission’s duty to monitor users at risk (link).