This paper aim to help overcome a perceived paradox between the two objectives of innovation and privacy/data protection, in particular in relation to data scenarios where organisations are open to personal data they control to be reused for innovative purposes.
Businesses in the payment services market do not necessarily need the consent of ‘silent parties’ to process their personal data […]
This Opinion analyses the criteria set down in Article 7 of Directive 95/46/EC for making data processing legitimate.
The Paper explains the growing importance of the legitimate interests legal basis for organizations, whether for routine or more complex and innovative data processing activities.
The purpose of this document is to provide a practical guide to carrying out legitimate interests assessments (LIAs) in the context of processing data in ad tech, for digital advertising generally, and for RTB, in order to help companies understand their obligations, and how to comply with them in practice.
Report identifies cases decided at the national level by Data Protection Authorities and Courts, as well as CJEU on the “legitimate interests” ground.
Analysis of concept of legitimate interest of the controller in GDPR, Directive 95/46/EC and the interpretations of by the CJEU and Article 29 Working Party.