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.
This Guidance is intended to help companies better understand the practice ofdark patterns and to implement the highlighted best practices to avoid them.
The Guide explains the general data protection regime that applies to most UK businesses and organisations.
This handbooks helps SMEs to comply with their legal GDPR obligations.
This guide is meant to provide an introduction and practical guidance to organisations on how to appropriately perform basic anonymisation.
Guidelines 3/2022 on Dark patterns in social media platform interfaces: How to recognise and avoid them
The guidelines offer practical recommendations to designers and users of social media platforms on how to assess and avoid so-called “dark patterns”.
The guidelines provide a detailed description of the GDPR cooperation between DPAs.
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.
The CNIL publishes a guide for data protection officers that combines useful knowledge and best practices to help organisations.