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Virtual meetings - how to keep your data safe
In the era of the epidemic threat, virtual meetings have strongly increased in popularity. The growth of this form of organising training and conferences has created new challenges for agencies and their clients regarding the security of personal data and the preparation of events in a way that complies with RODO regulations. The source of [...]

Apple vs social media - the great war on user privacy
New Apple policy "You're being tracked" was a phrase once known only from spy movies. Now it's an everyday occurrence for practically everyone who uses the Internet. On the surface, it's a win-win deal - Internet companies earn money on our data (mainly through profiled advertising), and Internet users get free services in return (social [...]

Privacy and personal data in business automation processes
Robotization and automation have been a part of developed economies for several decades now. Further development of these areas through the implementation of artificial intelligence and other forms of automation is an inevitable process and provides a unique opportunity for a technological leap and improved efficiency not only for individual entrepreneurs but also for countries. [...]

Protecting children's privacy - will we follow the UK's lead?
On 2 September 2020. The ICO (Information Commissioner's Office - the UK equivalent of the Polish UODO) published a code for online services on age-appropriate design. It aims to ensure that the Internet becomes a safe place for children to learn and play, even though it was created as a tool for adults. The idea [...]

Lotteries at parties - when we operate legally?
Lotteries are undoubtedly a very effective way to diversify business and marketing events. A pinch of emotions accompanying the selection of a lucky card, number or business card and satisfaction with a possible win can bring nice memories and positive associations with the company commissioning the event. Although such games and plays are common, their [...]

Photography and filming at events, conferences.... and protection of the image of the participants.
Photo and video reportage of even the smallest events, travels and conferences is now standard practice. Materials of this type are willingly placed on websites and social media profiles. However, a question arises, whether the publication of the image of the participants of such events is always legal? The above issues are regulated by Article [...]

Data under strict control
How the company can be secured against the situation when a worker (e.g. while changing the work or setting up his own business) copies data base, contacts, documents, etc.? How the entrepreneur can secure himself against that kind of practices and in which way can claim its rights, if such a situation nevertheless arises? More [...]

Revolution in GDPR data protection – Polish acts drafted
Dear Readers, Preliminary drafts of the new Polish acts concerning the processing of personal data, which will be a supplement to EU Regulation No. 2016/679 (the so-called GDPR) have been posted on the government’s websites. The new “Personal Data Protection Act” – reduced by the personal data processing rules, which were transferred to the GDPR [...]

Mobile app locating. How to comply with the regulations?
We have recently seen among EU institutions increased legislative activity aimed at strengthening the right to privacy of citizens. Two new EU regulations come to fore: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Regulation on Privacy and Electronic Communications (ePrivacy), which are to enter into force in May 2018. They will replace the long serving directives [...]

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