Tag: EU privacy

Tag: EU privacy

European Commission Released Communication on transition between EU and UK.

The European Commission released a statement detailing the implications of the transition between the EU and UK.    As the UK comes to the end of its transitory period from the EU to the end of this year, the European Commission has released communication assessing the country’s readiness for separation from the region. The withdrawal

GDPR Challenges For Artificial Intelligence

Data protection in algorithms Technological development is enabling the automation of all processes, as Henry Ford did in 1914; The difference is that now instead of cars we have decisions about privacy. Since GDPR came into force on 25th May 2018, lots of questions have arisen regarding how the Regulation may block any data-based project. In this article, we aim to clarify some of the main GDPR concepts that may apply to the processing of large amounts of data and algorithm decision-making. It

Japan GDPR adequacy

Japan GDPR adequacy to create the world’s largest area of safe data flows With a successful conclusion to their talks on reciprocal adequacy, the EU and Japan have agreed to recognise each other’s data protection systems as ‘equivalent’, which will allow data to flow safely between the EU and Japan. Each side will now launch its

UK Data Protection Bill and GDPR

We are often asked by clients and prospects what happens to UK data protection laws after Brexit? Our regular answer ‘not much’ has proven to be correct: the proposed UK Data Protection Bill and GDPR are meant to be aligned with each other. Indeed, anything else would put UK businesses at a disadvantageous position in

GDPR Data Protection Impact Assessment – basic information

When introducing new data processing techniques and technologies that pose high privacy risk, GDPR will require your company to conduct data protection impact assessment. This privacy impact assessment operation should establish whether to go ahead with the planned operations and under what conditions.

Aphaia in Monetising Big Data in Telecoms World Summit 2017 Singapore

Aphaia is again media partner for Symphony Global Monetising Big Data in Telecoms World Summit 2017 that will take place in Singapore on 20-21 April. This year’s focus: profiting from your effective Big Data strategy. Aphaia’s message: don’t forget data privacy!

Top 3 GDPR Big Data implications

In discussions on GDPR Big Data regularly pops up as one of the reasons for a new approach to privacy at the EU level. So what are the key Big Data-related  provisions of the new European data protection law – the General Data Protection Regulation?

GDPR Summary

GDPR Summary: here is how new EU rules will affect data The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new set of European legislation designed to reform and harmonise the rules on individuals’ personal data. Ratified by the European Parliament on April 2016, it will enter into force on 2018.