These guides are aimed mainly at children aged 13 and over, when they can begin signing up for many forms of social media on their own.
The aim of this paper is to analyse the national Member States’ laws that have implemented the GDPR in the field of automated decision-making.
The purpose of this guidance is to assist elected representatives in having a strong awareness of their obligations and responsibilities as data controllers under the GDPR and the DPA 2018.
The DPC has produced guidance around the use of e-receipts to assist retailers adhere to best practice in relation to e-receipts and electronic direct marketing.
This guidance gives advice and information to members of the public on their data protection rights when their personal data is being processed for electoral and canvassing activities.
The Fundamentals have been drawn up by the Data Protection Commission (DPC) to drive improvements in standards of data processing. They introduce child-specific data protection interpretative principles and recommended measures that will enhance the level of protection afforded to children against the data processing risks posed to them by their use of/ access to services in both an online and offline world.