Petrolio: chiude in rialzo a Ny, a 40,55 dollari (Fri, 10 Jul 2020)
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Borsa: Milano positiva, corre Stm, Atlantia tenta recupero (Fri, 10 Jul 2020)
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Belgian DPA imposed a fine of 1,000 EUR on an association that sent direct marketing messages to (former) donors for fundraising (Fri, 26 Jun 2020)
The Belgian Data Protection Authority has imposed a fine of 1,000 EUR on an association that, on the basis of its legitimate interest (Article 6.1, f) GDPR), sent direct marketing messages to (former) donors for its fundraising. The administrative fine was imposed following a complaint lodged with the Belgian Data Protection Authority by a former donor of the association as the latter had not complied with the request for data erasure addressed by the data subject to the data controller pursuant to Article 17.1 GDPR and its right to object pursuant to Article 21.2 GDPR. The Litigation Chamber decided that the data controller thereby infringed Articles 6.1, 17.1, c) and d), 21.3 and 21.4 GDPR. First of all, the Litigation Chamber found that the data controller did not comply with the data erasure request and the data subject's right to object. Secondly, the Litigation Chamber held that the association could not validly invoke its legitimate interest as a ground for the processing in the present case since it did not meet the cumulative conditions imposed by the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union - and in particular the Rigas judgment - in this respect. According to this case law, in order to invoke Article 6.1, f) GDPR, the controller must demonstrate that i) the interests pursued by the processing, can be recognized as legitimate ("purpose test"), ; ii) the intended processing is necessary for the purposes of the intended processing ("necessity test") and iii) the balancing of these interests against the fundamental rights and freedoms of the persons concerned by the data protection weighs to the favour of the controller or of a third party ("balancing test"). In the present case, the Litigation Chamber decided that the third condition of article 6.1, f) GDPR and the case law of the Court of Justice was not fulfilled. More specifically, the Litigation Chamber found that there were doubts as to whether the data subject could reasonably expect his data to be processed for direct marketing purposes years after the collection of these data (recital 47 GDPR). Moreover, the Litigation Chamber found that the data controller had not sufficiently facilitated the right of objection. This decision implements the 2020-2025 Strategic Plan of the Belgian Data Protection Authority, of which 'direct marketing' is one of the priority strategic points. The Litigation Chamber also refers to Recommendation No 01/2020 of the Belgian DPA in this respect. To read the full decision in Dutch, click here For further information, please contact the Belgian DPA: 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 press release should be directed to the supervisory authority concerned.
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EDPB publishes new register containing One-Stop-Shop decisions (Thu, 25 Jun 2020)
The EDPB has published a new register containing decisions taken by national supervisory authorities following the One-Stop-Shop cooperation procedure (Art. 60 GDPR) on its website. Under the GDPR, Supervisory Authorities have a duty to cooperate on cases with a cross-border component to ensure a consistent application of the regulation - the so-called one-stop-shop (OSS) mechanism. Under the OSS, the Lead Supervisory Authority (LSA) is in charge of preparing the draft decisions and works together with the concerned SAs to reach consensus. Up until early June, LSAs have adopted 110 final OSS decisions. The register includes access to the decisions as well as  summaries of the decisions in English prepared by the EDPB Secretariat. The register will be valuable to data protection practitioners who will gain access to information showcasing how SAs work together to enforce the GDPR in practice. The information in the register has been validated by the LSAs in question and in accordance with the conditions provided by its national legislation. The register is accessible 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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