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When do you need a DPO?
A DPO is not compulsory in an organisation. However, in some cases, organisations are obliged to appoint one. It is an obligation if it processes sensitive data on a large scale or involves large scale, regular and systematic monitoring of individuals.
What is a DPO?
What is a DPO? Before the GDPR, the “Data Protection Correspondent” was the one in charge of data protection in the company. However, starting the 25th may of 2018, the Data Protection Officer is created. He is the one in charge of ensuring GDPR compliance in the organisation.
How to manage cookies?
Article 5(3) of Directive 2002/58/EC, amended in 2009, transposed into French law by Article 82 of the Data Protection Act, establishes the principle of prior consent of the user before storing information on his or her terminal or accessing information already stored on it
What is a cookie?
Cookies are tracers that allow companies to collect data on the navigation of Internet users on the web. How does it work? During navigation, files can be stored by the server in the Internet user’s browser in order to collect data on web navigation.
Obligation of information and transparency (2)
According to the GDPR the required information must be communicated in a concise, transparent, understandable and easily accessible way, in clear and simple terms.
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