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  • Reforms to GDPR Procedural Rules

    Publication / Jūlija Terjuhana, Krišjānis Knodze

    Empowering Data Protection: European Commission proposes comprehensive reforms to GDPR enforcement In a significant move aimed at strengthening data protection measures, the European Commission has proposed a comprehensive proposal for a new regulation laying down additional procedural rules relating to the enforcement of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (Proposal). This initiative follows the European Data Protection Board’s […]

  • GDPR Fines and Data Breach Survey 2023

    Publication / Irma Kunickė, Liisa Maria Kuuskmaa, Jūlija Terjuhana

    The fifth anniversary of the implementation of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is approaching in May. The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and many national regulatory bodies quietly agreed to “go easy” on businesses and institutions while they became acquainted with the laws and learned how to follow the new mandates during […]

  • Statistics on GDPR fines issued and data breaches reported in the Baltics

    Publication / Stella Victoria Ojala, Liisa Maria Kuuskmaa, Raminta Matulytė, Jūlija Terjuhana

    Last year, we collected information on fines issued under the GDPR and the number of reported personal data breaches. We collected data for two time periods: May 2018 to November 2022, and January 2022 to November 2022. The GDPR enables data protection authorities to apply fines of up to 4% of the total worldwide turnover […]

  • Deadline approaching: Last chance to review global data transfer agreements

    Publication / Mihkel Miidla, Liisa Maria Kuuskmaa, Jürgen Adamson, Jūlija Terjuhana, Irma Kunickė

    Transferring personal data from the European Economic Area (EEA) to third countries safely has been a hot and fast-evolving topic for years. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) establishes the free movement of personal data within the European Economic Area (EEA). However, the protection granted to personal data within the EEA must travel with the […]

  • What are the legal requirements for the use of cookies?

    Publication / Anna Bogdanova, Jūlija Terjuhana, Krišjānis Knodze, Liisa Maria Kuuskmaa, Mihkel Miidla, Irma Kunickė

    What are cookies? Cookies are small text files saved on a device when a person browses a website. They are processed and stored by the web browser. Cookies can be saved on a personal computer, a mobile device, or any other type of device which can store information. Information stored in cookies can include IP […]

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