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National High Court confirms fine imposed by the Spanish Data Protection Agency on a company for forwarding to its staff a court resolution without deleting personal data contained in the resolution
  • Baker McKenzie
  • Spain
  • August 31 2010

The National High Court has confirmed a fine of 100,000 imposed by the Spanish Data Protection Agency (SDPA) on a company that forwarded to its employees a link to a court resolution referring to a dispute between the company and one of its employees without erasing the relevant employee's personal data (including sensitive data

Data Protection Agency clarifies the conditions for an employer to lawfully access an employee's office computer
  • Baker McKenzie
  • Spain
  • August 3 2010

The Spanish Data Protection Agency (SDPA) has recently adopted a Resolution where it deemed lawful an employer's access to an employee's office computer when there was prior information of such employer access in an internal company policy

Closing of proceedings for previously unauthorised use of CCTV
  • Baker McKenzie
  • Spain
  • June 21 2010

According to a non-binding interpretation of the Spanish Data Protection Agency of Act 252009, which amends various Acts in order to comply with Act on the Free Access to Services Activities (Act 252009), companies undertaking CCTV activities for internal purposes are no longer required to engage a private security company or to obtain data subjects' express consent