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  • in Kuner et al, The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): A Commentary, p. 277 (Oxford University Press 2020). Tosoni, in Kuner et al, The EU General
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  • the primacy of Union law – remain inapplicable. [Zanfir-Fortuna, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 82 GDPR, p. 1162
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  • Schiedermair in Simitis et al., Data Protection Law, Article 70 GDPR, margin numbers 6-8 (C.H. Beck 2019, 1st edition). Docksey, in Kuner et al., The EU General
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  • Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 68 GDPR, p. 1046 (Oxford University Press 2020). Docksey, in Kuner et al., The EU
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  • Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 68 GDPR, p. 1061 (Oxford University Press 2020). Docksey, in Kuner et al., The EU
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  • Article 84, margin number 1 (C.H. Beck 2018, 2nd edition). Lynskey in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 84 GDPR, p. 1198
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  • speaks of “administrative or non-judicial remedies”. Kotschy, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 83 GDPR, p. 1184
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  • control over its own human and budgetary resources”. See, Docksey, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 75 GDPR, p. 1105
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  • Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 91 GDPR, p. 1263 (Oxford University Press 2020). Tosoni, in Kuner et al., The EU
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  • be considered to be in “the public interest”. See, Kranenborg, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 86 GDPR, p. 1217
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  • related decisions in Category:Article 89 GDPR See, Wiese Svanberg, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 89 GDPR, p. 1242
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  • Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 96 GDPR, p. 1305 (Oxford University Press 2020). Moore, in Kuner et al., The EU
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  • Hijmans, in Kuner et al, The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): A Commentary, p. 56 (Oxford University Press 2020). Hornung et al, in Simitis, Hornung
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  • Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 74 GDPR, p. 1099 (Oxford University Press 2020). Docksey, in Kuner et al., The EU
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  • conditions for such processing to take place. van Eecke, Simkus, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 87 GDPR, p. 1226
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  • § 64. Hijmans, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 56, p. 92 Hijmans, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection
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  • 7 GDPR, margin number 77 (C.H. Beck, 2nd Edition 2018). Kosta, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 7 GDPR, p. 350
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  • GDPR, margin numbers 1-3b (C. H. Beck 2020, 3rd edition). Olive, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 68 GDPR, p. 1297
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  • Facebook Ireland, margin number 59 (available here). Georgieva in Kuner et al, The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): A Commentary, p. 1030 (Oxford
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  • International Company, Decision 01/2020 (available here). Hijmans, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 65 GDPR, p. 1021
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  • margin numbers 6-7 (C.H. Beck 2018, 2nd edition). Wiese Svanberg, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 90 GDPR, p. 1255
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  • 01, 5 April 2017 (available here). Alvarez Rigaudias, Spinas, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 37 GDPR, p. 692
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  • where there is an adequacy decision. CJEU, Schrems I, §57 Zerdick, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 52 GDPR, p. 879
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  • finalizzate allo svolgimento dei compiti e all’esercizio dei poteri demandati al Garante per la protezione dei dati personali") regulates the procedure before
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  • October 2020 (Version 2.0) (available here). de Terwangne, Bygrave, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) [Update of Selected Articles
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  • remain in force until amended, replaced or repealed. Zerdick, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 97 GDPR, p. 1310
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  • related decisions in Category:Article 63 GDPR Van Eecke, Simkus, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 63 GDPR, p. 998-999
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  • numbers 175-177 (C.H. Beck 2018, 2nd edition). Van Eecke, Simkus, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 88 GDPR, pp. 1232-1233
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  • (Deutscher Fachverlag 2019, 3rd edition). See for example Fuster in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 80 GDPR, p. 1148
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  • Regulation (GDPR): A Practical Guide, p. 157 (Springer 2017), citing Laue et al., Datenschutzrecht, Rechte der betroffenen Person (2016), margin number 41
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  • Spain SL and Google Inc. v Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD) et al., margin numbers 97-99 (available here). In fact, under Article 52(3) of the
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  • Regulation 2016/679, 8 October 2020 (available here). Tosoni, in Kuner et al, The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): A Commentary, p. 969 (Oxford
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  • authority has adopted under Article 28(8)". See, Millard/Kamarinou, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 28 GDPR, p. 606
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  • Regulation 2016/679’, 25 May 2018, pp. 15-16 (available here). Kuner, in Kuner et al., The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 49 GDPR, p. 854
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  • DSGVO BDSG, Article 6 DSGVO, margin number 3, (Otto Schmidt 2018). Roßnagel et al., in Zeitschrift für Datenschutz (2015) pp. 455-456. Kotschy, in Kuner, Bygrave
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  • una esfera más amplia, no sólo en lo referente al objeto jurídico protegido, sino también porque atribuye al titular un haz de facultades, pues el derecho
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  • On 29 November 2018, the Garante adopted the Regole deontologiche relative al trattamento di dati personali nell’esercizio dell’attività giornalistica.
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  • should be named; with three or more only the first author's name plus "et al." need be given. Do not use footnotes in your word draft. It will be easier
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  • [applicants] et al; - the official report of the oral hearing of November 18, 2020. 2.2 The court has set a date for the decision. 2.3 [Applicants] et al. request
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  • The French Council of State (Conseil d' Etat) issued 13 decisions on the right to be forgotten, in the light of the CJEU's judgment in C-136/17 CNIL against
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  • complaints that CSR et al. cannot be received in their claim. CSR et al.'s appeal will first be discussed. This appeal by CSR et al. fails on the basis of
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  • ambos, de acceso al centro comercial MERCADONA sito en la calle Frederic Mompou s/n de San Boi de Llobregat por tiempo de dos años, así como al abono de la
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  • court received a petition on behalf of [petitioner sub 1] et al. In it, [applicant sub 1] et al. Requests - in short - that Google be ordered by decision
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  • Ziggo et al. pointed out that the damage that DFW suffers as a result of the individual downloader is very small, since according to Ziggo et al. the Film
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  • inadmissible his claim against Arrow and dismissed the claims against ING et al., ordering [the appellant] to pay the costs of the proceedings and the follow-up
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  • Personal Data Act and the Privacy Ordinance - Commentary edition», Skullerud et al. (2019). Article 29 Working Party Opinion 06/2014 on the concept of legitimate
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  • Seitlinger et al, C-293/12 and C-594/12, EU:C:2014:238, nos. 35, 47 and 54 et seq.; Constitutional Court of Austria, decision of 27 June 2014, G 47/12 et al, AT:VFGH:2014:G47
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  • DatenschutzR/Stender-Vorwachs, Ed. 28, Article 85 marginal no. 20; Frey, in: Schwartmann et al, DSGVO/BDSG, 2018, Art. 85 para. 25; further probably Schiedermair, in: Ehmann/Selmayr
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  • decline of regulatory offences in particular and video surveillance (Gill et al., Assessing the impact of CCTV, the South City Case Study, Home Office Online
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  • DatenschutzR/Stender-Vorwachs, Ed. 28, Article 85 marginal no. 20; Frey, in: Schwartmann et al, DSGVO/BDSG, 2018, Art. 85 para. 25; further probably Schiedermair, in: Ehmann/Selmayr
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  • question now with due consideration ( of the evidence provided by Proximus al-dan-not in support of the need for the requested suspension, { of the balancing
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  • websites is usually covered by the journalist exemption, see Wille Johansen et al., Personal Data Act commentary edition, Universitetsforlaget 2001, page 92
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  • et al. - the statement of defense of [defendant 1] et al. - the oral hearing held on September 23, 2020 - the pleading note of [plaintiff 1] et al. - the
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  • interest owed by [applicants] et al. 2.8. On 1 October 2020, [applicants] et al. paid off the revolving credit. [applicants] et al. paid a total of €40,667.67
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  • Facebook et al. In view of what has been outlined by the Foundation, and insufficiently contradicted by Facebook et al. business model of Facebook et al., Facebook
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  • the name of [applicant] et al. Course of the proceedings on appeal 1.1 By notice of appeal dated 12 March 2021, [applicant] et al. appealed against a decision
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  • the statements made by [defendants et al.] are unlawful and therefore agrees with the Public Prosecution Service et al. The reasons for this are explained
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  • contribute to increased compliance with the regulations. 5 By Skullerud et al. (2019), page 347, it appears: Contraceptive considerations dictate that the
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  • order, as it does not specify the legal grounds that justify the decision (al. B) of paragraph 1 of article 615 of the CPC), has been overcome. In any event
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  • riportato la notizia dell’avvenuto utilizzo dell’App Mitiga Italia al fine di consentire l’accesso al Mapei Stadium di Reggio Emilia per assistere all’evento calcistico
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  • Articles 5, paragraph 1 to 1. c) and article 5, paragraph 1 al. f) with article83, paragraph 5, al. a), the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation679/2016
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  • contribute to increased compliance with the regulations.8 By Skullerud et al. (2019), page 347, it appears: Contraceptive considerations dictate that the
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  • the right of erasure and/or the right to object, in relation to the “derecho al olvido” (the “right to be forgotten”), the following question is asked: must
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  • ECHR in some respects. 6.38. NJCM et al. focus on the alleged violation of Article 8 ECHR, as confirmed by NJCM et al. at the hearing and understood by the
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  • contribute to increased compliance with the regulations.6 By Skullerud et al. (2019), page 347, it appears: Contraceptive considerations dictate that the
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  • (…)” 2.13. On 24 October 2018, [plaintiff's] lawyer informed [defendants et al.] by registered letter of [plaintiff's] position that the use of [plaintiff's]
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  • uitmaakt van de litigieuze klacht. Het betreft hier o.a. de vraag naar het al dan niet van toepassing zijn van de voornoemde aanbeveling. 4. De verweerder
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  • Anwara Sp. z o.o., with its registered office in Warsaw at Al. Jerozolimskie 81 (formerly: Al. Solidarności 117/207), hereinafter referred to as the "Company"
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  • account, al-cmd-almeria-ia@guardiacivil.org, ownership of the Weapons Intervention Unit of the Civil Guard of Almería, to the generic account al-pto-canjayar@guardiacivil
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  • contribute to increased compliance with the regulations.⁴ By Bergseng Skullerud et al., 2019, the commentary to the Privacy Ordinance, page 347, it appears: Contraceptive
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  • condotta per i sistemi informativi gestiti da soggetti privati in tema di crediti al consumo, affidabilità e puntualità nei pagamenti” – was not expired yet, the
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  • any special categories of personal data. Based on CJEU - C-136/17 - GC et al v. CNIL, a weighing of the interests must also be made for special categories
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  • of 3 November 1994 - 3 C 17.92 - BVerwGE 97, 79; Stuhlfauth, in: Bader et al., VwGO, 7th ed., § 113 marginal no. 34). If the plaintiff asserts - as here
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  • notes that the Disputes Chamber infringed Article 5(1)(c) AVG derived, not al/one from the use of the national register number, but oak from the save the
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  • procedure for interim legal protection (BVerwG, Bv 25.2.2015 - 4 VR 5.14 et al - ZfBR 2015, 381 - juris para. 12; approving OVG NW, Bv 25.4.2019 - 4 B 480/19
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  • 2017, from the person concerned BPO Cases with BPO Case Numbers AL-2012-00134 and AL-2018-00020 and any performance assessments by the Defendant concerning
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  • (see ECJ, judgment of 8 April 2014, Digital Rights Ireland and Seitlinger et al, C-293/12 and C-594/12, EU:C:2014:238, para. 54 et seq.; judgment of 3 September
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  • SK, UK Further attendees: - European Commission Observers: Regular: AL, MD - AL and MD received an ad hoc invitation to attend the meeting, except for
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  • picking, sending, picking, or other means of personal data for the purposes of al. 1, shall become available, the balance between the two shall be free of notice
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  • contribute to increased compliance with the regulations. 7 By Bergseng Skullerud et al., 2019, commentary on the Privacy Ordinance, page 347 it appears: Contraceptive
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  • Regulation 21 paragraph (Al) provides that companies making calls for direct marketing purposes must not disguise their identity. Paragraph (Al) states: "A person
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  • known, in particular in the Google Spain6 judgments, Google/CNIL7 and GC et al./CNIL8. The Belgian Court of Cassation also ruled on the dereferencing and
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  • 37/2020. In their short commentary on the decision, linked below, Craddock et al. also highlight the fact that part of the infringement, as well as at least
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  • version of the Privacy Ordinance, legal commentary», December 2019, Skullerud et al. Objective personal information is, for example, the data subject's age, address
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  • deliberation, registered on 11 March 2021, presented by the association InterHop et al; Considering the following: 1. Under the terms of Article L. 521-2 of the
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  • develops himself in freedom (see BVerfG, Urt. v. 30 June 1999 - 2 BvE 2/08 et al. - BVerfGE 123, 267 <413> with further references), the guarantee of human
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  • with regard to the level of penalties, see VfGH 13.12.2017, G 408/2016-31 et al. 23 In addition, the restrictions and exceptions to the principle of official
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  • 2094 (QB) (Nicklin J), affirmed [2020] EWCA Civ 673, [2020] 1 WLR 3913; Al Sadik v Al Sadik [2019] EWHC 2717 (QB), [2020] EMLR 7 (Julian Knowles J); and Kim
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  • obligations under Article 6, §2, al. 5 and Article 9 of the Camera Act 1 2. there is a serious indication that article 6, § 2, al. 4 of the aforementioned law
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  • that special or criminal personal data appear on those source pages (GC et al. /CNIL judgment, paragraphs 45-47). 7.12. It also follows from this judgment
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  • SE SA, SI SA, SK SA, UK SA European Commission EDPB Secretariat Observers: AL
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  • Article 38.4 g), of the aforementioned Law, which considers as such: “Use al- data storage and recovery when the information has not been provided or obtained
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  • SK, UK Further attendees: European Commission EDPB Secretariat Observers: AL, MD, MK
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  • there is no room for a reasonable doubt (cf. ECJ 10/06/1982, Srl CILFIT et al., C-283/81, EU:C:1982:335, and ECJ 10/06/2021, Consorzio Italian Management
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  • the "Ruian" cultural circle (p. IVA 07004590480), based in via San Biagio al Petriolo, 34 Florence, in the terms set out in the motivation, for the violation
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  • mation is optional to be made public by each user and that it is limited to the al- storage of the same; being this information not shared with third parties
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  • / 12,EU: C: 2013: 715, paragraph 39, as well as Digital Rights Ireland et al., C_293 / 12 and C_594 / 12, EU: C: 2014: 238, paragraph 52).29 Taking into
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  • Article 38.4 g), of the aforementioned Law, which considers as such: “Use al- data storage and recovery when the information has not been provided or obtained
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  • a hit list ubiquitous (see,in this sense, the judgment eDate Advertisin et al., C-509/09 and C-161/10,EU: C2011: 685, paragraph 45).(…) To respect the rights
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  • the process graphic "The worker records", and "token", appears the literal "al- store data on the device: employee ID-encrypted fingerprint template ", in
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  • verwijderen, kan door de Geschillenkamer niet worden vastgesteld of deze weigering al dan niet terecht was om vervolgens te beoordelen of er sprake was van een
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  • Observers: Ad hoc: [REDACTED] for the Privacy Shield Regular: IS, LI, NO, AL, MD EDPB Secretariat For pt. 5 of the Agenda: Judith Garber, acting Ombudsperson
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  • finalizzate allo svolgimento dei compiti e all'esercizio dei poteri demandati al Garante per la protezione dei dati personali, nonche' all'adozione dei provvedimenti
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  • included in a ASNEF file. I lodged a complaint with the ‘Oficina de Atención al Usuarios de Telecomunicaciones’, which gave me the reason (N/REF.: RC1020566/18)’
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  • indicates for prescription purposes: "Infringements considered very serious: al interests of the data subject or of another natural person; (e) the processing
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  • area, there are posters both outside the Residence and inside, detecting that al- some of them made reference to the previous data protection regulations,
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  • “concerning” is used in relation to “sexual orientation”. According to Kuner’s (et al.) commentary to the GDPR, Article 9 stipulates a broad definition of sensitive
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  • complete the denounced fact since they give the option to accept all cookies or al- alternatively to configure them according to their typology; and in this
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  • complete the denounced fact since they give the option to accept all cookies or al- alternatively to configure them according to their typology; and in this
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  • nature, severity and duration of the offense, taking into account the nature, al- cance or purpose of the processing operation in question as well as the number
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  • seriousness and duration of the offense, taking into account the nature, al- cance or purpose of the processing operation in question, as well as the
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  • theCenter.The obligation to inform must be fulfilled without the need for an al-guno, and the person in charge must be able to prove later that he has fulfilledcha
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  • source used: for example, while Law No. 32/2008 , in Article 2, paragraph 1 , al a), uses a broad concept of "data", which includes traffic data, location
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  • Tsfayo/United Kingdom, overw. 41-49; ECtHR 4 March 2014, Grande Stevens et al. v. Italy, para. 138-139 and 161. Cf. ECtHR June 11, 2009, Dubus/France. See
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  • themselves (cf. only BVerfG, judgment of December 15, 1983 - 1 BvR 209/83 et al. - BVerfGE 65, 1, 41 et seq.; decision of March 9, 1988 - 1 BvL 49/86 - BVerfGE
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  • by the breach, by Santander Bank Polska SA with headquarters in Warsaw at al. Jana Pawła II 17, President of the Office for Personal Data Protection, 1)
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  • correspondance expresse [du plaignant] : "Je 9. Motif 9 : "violation de l'art. 12, al. 3, LGE sur les modalités de l'exercice les droits des personnes concernées
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  • degradation or attack on the personal and labor dignity of the plaintiff " Al *** POSITION. 1 , here sued as the author of the persecution that the plaintiff
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  • an urgent danger to public safety (cf. BVerfG, Uv 13.2.1964 - BvL 17/61 et al. - BVerfGE 17, 232/251 f.; LT-Drs. 17/19804 p. 2). 23 The water meters installed
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  • mindful that the penalty must be effective, proportionate and dissuasive. (al the nature, gravity and duration of the infringement taking into account the
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  • Ordinance and the Data Protection Act with comments, Kristian Korfits Nielsen et al., 1st edition, 2020, pages 442 and 1020. [9] Statutory Order no. 976 of 17
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  • including on what topics about advice and participation in the work of the AA and Al-Anon. The treatment sheets provide additional data, to varying degrees, with
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  • notificada a través de la" tablet "a la aplicación Deliveroo, if seleccionaba al repartidor considerado as mejor candidate para atenderlo. Deliveroo a través
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  • information (the data importer) may be 7Skullerud, Åste Marie Bergseng et al., Privacy Ordinance (GDPR) Commentary edition, 1st ed., Universitetsforlaget
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