Privacy & data security practice portfolio series ; 550.
"... provides in-depth insight into the legal considerations, compliance risks, and practical issues raised by the EU General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”). This portfolio is primarily designed to educate and guide in-house counsel and compliance, information security, and data protection officers of entities subject to the GDPR. The GDPR creates a single EU-wide law on data protection intended to increase legal certainty for individuals, businesses, and Data Protection Authorities ("DPAs") and to contribute to the success of the EU's Digital Single Market. The GDPR also introduces the so-called "one-stop-shop" mechanism, which permits businesses that operate in more than one Member State to engage with a single Lead DPA and which is intended to promote harmonization and the Digital Single Market. Of particular significance is the extra-territorial application of the GDPR, where a non-EU based business will become subject to the GDPR when it is processing personal data of individuals in the EU as a result of offering goods or services to such individuals or monitoring their behavior. The GDPR also introduces significant new data protection requirements and rights for data subjects, as well as enforcement powers for DPAs, designed to ensure compliance, which include fines of up to 4% of annual worldwide turnover or €20 million, whichever is greater. "
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Detailed analysis. History and scope of the General Data Protection Regulation The legal grounds for processing Information notices and data subject rights Controller and processor Data security Data protection officers Codes of conduct and certification International transfers Remedies, liabilities, and sanctions Life sciences and the GDPR Working papers.
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