Monitoring of approved codes of conduct

Let us assume for a moment that we have a perfect code of conduct, the best that you could ever write, already approved, recorded and released by the supervisory authority, and so – at this point – you should only “hope” that itwill be adopted by users for which it was drawn. Here, we imagine… Read More »

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WILL THE CONSENT COLLECTED BEFORE THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF GDPR STILL BE VALID?

The “Guide on the Application of the European Personal Data Protection Regulation” published by the Italian DPA states, in the “Recommendations” at the foot of the consensus form, that: “The consent obtained before May 25, 2018 remains valid if it has all of the above characteristics. Otherwise, it is appropriate to work before that date… Read More »

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Clinical trials and GDPR

Clinical trials data are the ones more frequently processed by pharma and medical device companies: trial centers are also involved in this data processing. Under the data protection legislation, pharma and medical device companies are controllers and trial centres are processor, most of the time. But these roles are not always clear. In the WP… Read More »

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The authentication process in Personal Health Record service

From a privacy perspective, SPID – Italian Public Service for Digital Identity is compliance with GDPR, because is a precaution to protect personal data (Art. 32). Currently, in many online Personal Health Record services, is possible to perform the authentication by Level 2 of ISO / IEC DIS 29115 (Level of Assurance 3 (LoA3)) and… Read More »

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20 Years in 2 minutes and 38 seconds!

A short video of only 2 minutes and 38 seconds to remind us where we started from, where we are noe and where we are going to, a celebratory and summary video of 20 years of privacy law in Italy. A movie maybe a bit nostalgic and “old fashion” but that it casts on the… Read More »

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