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New requirements for data protection officers in Germany

Germany - June 8 2011 Many enterprises in Germany, includ­ing subsidiaries of international companies, are obligated to formally appoint a data protection officer (Datenschutzbeauftragter, or “DSB”).

European and German privacy laws and cross-border data transfer for e-discovery in the United States—are these systems compatible?

European Union, Germany, USA - June 8 2011 European companies involved in litigation in the United States often struggle to balance conflicts between EU and US approaches to data privacy protection.

Co-authors: Dr. Mark C. Hilgard.

New EU standard contractual clauses for commissioned data processing

European Union - September 7 2010 European companies wishing to transfer data outside of the EU have different ways to guarantee a data protection level similar to that of Europe in the third country.

Co-authors: Dr. Andrea Patzak.

Cloud computing may violate German data privacy laws

Germany - July 20 2010 The term "cloud computing" is generally used to describe services through which a company accesses software applications, databases, infrastructure and related services via the Internet or other networks.

Co-authors: Dr. Guido Zeppenfeld, Dr. Andrea Patzak.

Safe harbor: more stringent requirements for the transfer of data to the USA

European Union, Germany - June 15 2010 When German companies transfer personal data to companies outside the EU then they have to fulfill the stringent requirements of the Federal Data Protection Act.

Co-authors: Dr. Andrea Patzak.

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