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Für alle, die sich mit dem Thema Chatkontrollen und dem EU-Kommissionsvorschlag zur Bekämpfung sexualisierter Gewalt gegen Kinder auseinandersetzen: Ein unfassbar guter Urlaubslektürentipp!

Die grundlegende Kritik des Europäischen Datenschutzausschusses (@EU_EDPB) & des Europäischen Datenschutzbeauftragten (@EU_EDPS) zum EU-Kommissionsvorschlag zur Bekämpfung sexualisierter Gewalt gegen Kinder sollte sich d #EU-Kommission ganz genau durchlesen. Jeder Satz 1 Treffer!
Die Bedingungen, wann Anbieter zur #Chatkontrolle verpflichtet werden, sind zu unklar, die Einschränkungen der Grundrechte zu groß, die potentiellen Risiken für die Meinungsfreiheit in Europa zu gefährlich.
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#EDPB final recommendations on supplementary measures – quick thoughts on biggest changes, non-changes, and issues to explore further. Welcome thoughts on any you are focused on! #privacy #dataflows #schremsii 1/12
TIAs must (now can) assess and document practical experience with government access to data, BUT practical experience must be publicly available, relevant, verifiable, objective and reliable. Generally aligned with new SCCs. New acronym? #PARVOR adequacy assessments/TIAs? 2/12
Exporters must also consider government access to data in transit, by public authorities of the country to which it is sent (limiting factor?), even without the importer’s involvement. 3/12
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After having studied #SchremsII (full judgment), the following aspects are noteworthy (thread): First, CJEU discusses whether EU law applies based on material scope (Art. 2 GDPR) and does not discuss territorial scope (Art. 3) - its relationship with transfers remains mysterious
Second, the CJEU logically finds that appropriate safeguard need to offer the same fundamental rights protection as an adequacy decision, and dismisses national law as relevant for constructing that standard, unless EU law refers to it (opening clauses for #freedomofspeech?)
Third, the SCC are valid, but the CJEU drops many hints that for the specific case of the US both the Irish DPA and the controller should end data flows because in the US there is no equivalent protection meaning neither adequacy nor appropriate safeguards are currently an option
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The #EDPB published the *long awaited* draft #GDPR Territorial Scope #Guidelines today, which also have a section dedicated to the “legal representative” issue. Some takeaways below ⬇️ Thread time 1/14…
An “establishment” of a non-EU entity in the EU doesn't require a registered branch/subsidiary. Any stable arrangements will be taken into account 4 data protection law purposes.But merely the fact that the company’s website is accessible from the EU is not an "establishment"2/14
A processor in the EU is not deemed to be an “establishment” of the non-EU controller in the EU. The existence of the controller-processor relationship does not trigger the application of the #GDPR to the non-EU controller 3/14
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Back in Brussels 🇪🇺 after 3 weeks in DC & NYC 🇺🇸

High on my 'To do' list:

Catching up on avalanche of news on #CambridgeAnalyticaFiles.
Starting here:

‘I made Steve Bannon’s psychological warfare tool.’

Meet @chrisinsilico, the data war whistleblower.

#CambridgeAnalyticaFiles #CambridgeAnalytica
#InformationWarfare #BigTech #BigData…
Read & follow @carolecadwalla for outstanding reporting on the big, dark tangled web of Brexit, Trump, Russia -- and how Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, WikiLeaks, Bannon, the Mercers, are involved.

#CambridgeAnalyticaFiles #BigTech #BigData…
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