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France - new CNIL simplified norm related to the processing of personal data in connection with monitoring and recording employee telephone calls in the workplace

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • France
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  • January 29 2015

By a Deliberation n2014-474 on 27 November 2014, and recently published in the Official Journal dated 6 January 2015, the French Data Protection

Companies, other than those from the banking and financial sectors, now allowed to implement background screening processing for the detection and prevention of corruption

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • France
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  • October 4 2012

On July 19th, 2012, the French data protection authority ("CNIL") allowed for the first time, under strictly identical conditions, 13 French companies to implement procedures for the conduct of background screening of personal data in order to identify potential partners who may be involved in corrupt practices

Finally the CNIL authorizes companies data processing to fight against corruption and money laundering!

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • France
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  • May 27 2014

With Baker & McKenzie Paris' assistance and for the first time in France, the French subsidiary of a leading oil group obtains an authorization from

The CNIL’s 2014 inspection program: priority given to online inspections, cookies, banking data security and electronic communications operators

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • France
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  • May 9 2014

As it does each year, the CNIL has just published its annual inspections program. This program illustrates the CNIL's technological and

Recent developments for the third quarter 2012

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • Australia, China, European Union, France, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Singapore, Taiwan, United Kingdom, USA
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  • January 8 2013

This letter is from the Global Equity Services ("GES") group in San Francisco, Chicago and New York. Attorneys in the GES practice group work

The new guidelines for cookies, according to CNIL

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • France
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  • January 20 2014

In Deliberation no. 2013-378 of December 5th (Deliberation), the French Commission on Information Technology and Liberties (CNIL) revised the

La CNIL, nouvel acteur du contrôle dans le cyberespace

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • France
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  • March 17 2014

Une récente modification législative permet à la CNIL d'opérer des contrôles en ligne sans contradictoire

Recent developments for the first quarter 2013

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • Australia, Canada, European Union, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, USA
  • -
  • June 27 2013

The North American Global Equity Services ("GES") practice group is pleased to provide the current edition of our Clients and Friends Newsletter

CNIL issues recommendations on personal data processing resulting from American legal discovery proceedings

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • France
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  • October 12 2009

The CNIL has issued practical guidelines on ways to comply with the principles of legitimate data processing, relevant data, proportionality, limited storage, clear information of the data subjects, respect of their rights of access, and protection of international data flows in the context of discovery proceedings involving French companies pursuant to the decision of a US authority

Supreme Court rules on employer's access to employee's "personal" files on company-issued computers

  • Baker & McKenzie
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  • France
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  • January 4 2010

The Labour chamber of the French Supreme Court ruled that an employer is entitled to open an employee's file stored on the employee's computer, which is not clearly marked as personal