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  • respects the GDPR as well as the specific conditions laid down in Chapter V. The same conditions must also be met for onward transfers to further third
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  • this Regulation and of measures taken in accordance with Article 58(2); and (v) fulfil any other tasks related to the protection of personal data. 2. Each
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  • monitoring purposes need to be specified for every surveillance camera in use and “[v]ideo surveillance based on the mere purpose of “safety” or “for your safety”
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  • (rights of the data subject), CHAPTER IV (controller and processor), CHAPTER V (transfer of personal data to third countries or international organisations)
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  • carrying out activities which fall within the scope of Chapter 2 of Title V of the TEU; (c) by a natural person in the course of a purely personal or household
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  • “European Court of  Human Rights, 14  September 2010, Sanoma Uitgevers B.V. v. The Netherlands, EC:ECHR:2010:0914JUD003822403, margin number 83: “Further
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  • protection that should be achieved is promoted and delimited in Chapter V of the GDPR. Chapter V of the GDPR creates a three-tiered structure for legal bases for
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  • available'. This provision, together with the others contained in Chapter V, thus contributes to the transfer of personal data in a globalised economy
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  • University Press 2020). CJEU, Commission v Germany, C-518/07, margin number 23 (available here); CJEU, Commission v. Austria, C-614/10, margin number 37 (available
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  • shall examine, in particular, the application and functioning of: (a) Chapter V on the transfer of personal data to third countries or international organisations
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  • Cases C‑92/09 and C‑93/09, Volker und Markus Schecke GbR and Hartmut Eifert v Land Hessen, 9. November 2010 (available here). EDPB, ‘Guidelines 2/2019 on
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  • choice must also be seen in the light of the ECJ, Case C-614/10, Commission v Austria “which made it plain that the EDPB could not be attached to and be
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  • consequences of its disclosure. For instance, the ECtHR in Magyar Helsinki Bizottság v. Hungary examined the refusal of the Hungarian authorities to provide an NGO
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  • 14 TPG (German Organ Transplant Law). § 284 and § 285 SGB V (German Social Insurance Code V)
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  • contractual arrangements under Article 28. Moreover, provisions of Chapter V of the GDPR may apply". In the second case, (ii), the controller will not become
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  • other mechanism of Chapter V can be applied. As explained by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB), the mechanism in Chapter V acts as a layer structure
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  • Passenger Name Records. The transfers based on other provisions of Chapter V, such as adequacy decisions, standard contractual clauses and binding corporate
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  • 52(2) GDPR) (emphasis added). This is supported by the Court in Commission v Germany, which interpreted the phrase “complete independence” in the context
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  • data, at the occasion of a restructuration of the SA. Beside the Commission v. Hungary judgement of the CJEU, the Garai case is also interesting in this
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  • number 2 (C. H. Beck 2020, 3rd edition) citing CJEU, C-193/18, Google LLC v Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 13 June 2019 (available here), and CJEU, C-142/18
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