Italiani i più vecchi d'Europa, il 22,8% è over 65 (Sun, 05 Apr 2020)
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Golden power rafforzato, scudo arriva anche sulle Pmi (Sun, 05 Apr 2020)
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Fine imposed for preventing the Supervisory Authority from performing an inspection (Fri, 03 Apr 2020)
The President of the Personal Data Protection Office imposed a fine of PLN 20 000 on Vis Consulting Sp. z o.o. in liquidation with the seat in Katowice, a company from telemarketing industry, for making it impossible to conduct inspection. Additionally, the company’s owner is subject to criminal liability for this. The President of the Personal Data Protection Office (UODO) decided to conduct inspection activities at the penalised company, in connection with the findings made in the course of another inspection performed at the company conducting telemarketing activities. It was established that the company has a cooperation contract with regard to outsourcing of telemarketing services with Vis Consulting Sp. z o.o. Therefore, the supervisory authority found it necessary to conduct inspection activities at the entity which actually operated the telephone calls and processed the data. Unfortunately, the UODO’s inspectors, after prior notification on the planned inspection, did not find anyone at the address indicated in the National Court Register (KRS). On the spot, there was only a company which leased office space to Vis Consulting Sp. z o.o. (so called virtual office).   The inspectors managed, however, to contact Vis Consulting by telephone, and its proxy informed that the inspection would not take place.    Therefore, the President of the UODO concluded that the company in no way wished to cooperate with the personal data protection authority. On two consecutive days of the planned inspection activities, the company made it impossible to carry out the inspection twice. Furthermore, on the date on which the inspectors attempted to conduct inspection at Vis Consulting Sp. z o.o., its authorities decided to liquidate that entity. In the opinion of the President of the Office, this company does not comply with the obligations relating to the processing of personal data and, at least intentionally, avoids to be subject of inspection by the supervisory authority. Thus the company infringed the provisions of Article 31 of the GDPR with regard to Article 58(1)(e) and (f) of the GDPR referring to cooperation with the supervisory authority and enabling it access to all personal data and any information. Hence, the President of the UODO concluded that the conditions for imposing a fine on the company were satisfied. In determining the amount of the fine, the supervisory authority did not identify any attenuating circumstances affecting the amount of the fine. In connection with suspicion of commission of an offence under Article 108 (1) of the Act on the Protection of Personal Data by the President of the Company, the supervisory authority notified the District Public Prosecutor’s Office in Katowice thereof. According to that provision, the prevention or hindering of conducting inspection of compliance with the personal data protection provisions shall be subject to a fine, restriction of personal liberty or imprisonment for up to two years. The Public Prosecutor’s Office has already lodged an indictment against the President of the Company to the court. To read the press release is Polish, click here To read the full decision in Polish, click here The press release published here does not constitute official EDPB communication, nor an EDPB endorsement. This press release was originally published by the national supervisory authority and was published here at the request of the SA for information purposes. As the press release is represented here as it appeared on the SA's website or other channels of communication, the news item is only available in English or in the Member State's official language with a short introduction in English. Any questions regarding this news release should be directed to the supervisory authority concerned.
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European Data Protection Board to issue guidance on data processing in the fight against COVID-19 (Fri, 03 Apr 2020)
The European Data Protection Board is speeding up its guidance work in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Its monthly plenary meetings are being replaced by weekly remote meetings with the Members of the Board.   Andrea Jelinek, Chair of the EDPB, said: "The Board will prioritise providing guidance on the following issues: use of location data and anonymisation of data; processing of health data for scientific and research purposes and the processing of data by technologies used to enable remote working. The EDPB will adopt a horizontal approach and plans to issue general guidance with regard to the appropriate legal bases and applicable legal principles." The agenda of today's remote meeting is available here
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Gli ultimi articoli dell'Avv. Emiliano Vitelli

Le slide del Convegno sul GDPR tenuto dall'Avv. Emiliano Vitelli il 28 iugno 2017, con focus sul data breach QUI

Pubblicato il libro sulla nuova legge sul Cyberbullismo con un contributo dell'avv. Emiliano Vitelli sugli aspetti inerenti il processo penale monirile.

Le slide del corso di formazione tenuto dall'Avv. Vitelli presso il Comune di Grottaferrata in materia di delitti contro la pubblica amministarzione e riforma sull'anticorruzione QUI

Le dispense sintetiche del corso sul Codice amministrativo digitale tenuto dall'Avv. Emiliano Vitelli persso l'ATER di Roma per conto di Manpower Formazione Srl QUI

L'11 ed il 12 dicembre 2014 l'Avv. Vitelli è stato docente per il corso di Analisi dei rischi ed Business Impact Analysis organizzato da Ithum S.r.l

8 aprile 2014 - Università di Roma "La Sapienza"

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