The first GDPR fine was issued in Italy by the Garante for the lack of implementation of privacy security measures following a data breach on the so-called Rousseau platform operating the websites of the Movimento 5 Stelle party.
Italian privacy law integrating the GDPR is finally in place, but a number of provisions remain unclear, but need immediate action.
The Italian Board of the Ministries has approved the final text of Italian privacy law integrating the GDPR. This has raised major concerns on the scope of the law.
The Italian privacy law integrating the GDPR has been finalized by the Board of Ministers, unveiling unexpected surprises a few days before the 25th of May 2018.
The current draft of Italian privacy law repeals the Privacy Code, integrating the GDPR reveals with some interesting news, but also some concerns.
Italian companies can now rely on guidelines on how to comply with the European privacy regulation (GDPR) which unvail some interesting positions.
Access by employees to customers’ data has to be subject to stringent privacy restrictions and limitations according to a decision of the Italian data protection authority.
A decision of the Italian privacy authority on the illegal collection of data on criminal convictions of employees raised the issue on a practice that is quite common.
On 8 September 2016, Advocate General Bot released his opinion on the “Camera di Commercio Industria, Artigianato e Agricoltura di Lecce v. Salvatore Manni” c-398/15 (“Manni Case“). If confirmed by the European Court of Justice, the opinion will no doubt shed further light on the construction of the right to be forgotten. Background The original …
While many are not yet aware of the full breadth of the cybercrime phenomenon (cybercrime globally generates more revenues and is more profitable than drug trafficking!), there is a general consensus about the fact that certain breaches cannot be avoided. With a proliferation of connected devices operated remotely and a more pervasive use of data, …