These guidelines address law makers at EU and national level, as well as lead authorities at implementing and using facial recognition technology systems.
The EDPB adopted new Guidelines on the calculation of administrative fines, harmonising the methodology data protection authorities (DPAs) use.
The guidelines offer practical recommendations to designers and users of social media platforms on how to assess and avoid so-called “dark patterns”.
The scope of this Joint Opinion is limited to the aspects of the Proposals relating to the protection of personal data, which represent a fundamental aspect of the Proposals.
Toolbox on essential data protection safeguards for enforcement cooperation between EEA data protection authorities and competent data protection authorities of third countries.
These guidelines provide clarification to the role of the different actors involved for the setting of a code to be used as a tool for transfers.
EDPB released draft guidelines on the interplay between GDPR Article 3 (territorial scope) and Chapter V (restrictions on international data transfers).
EDPB reporrt on resources made available by Member States to the supervisory authorities (SA).