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The European Data Protection Board welcomes comments on the Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR. Such comments should be sent by October 19th 2020 at the latest using the provided form. Please note that, by submitting your comments, you acknowledge that your comments might be published on the EDPB website A controller must only use processors providing sufficient guarantees to implement appropriate technical and organisational measures so that the processing meets the requirements of the GDPR. Elements to be taken into account could be the processor's expert knowledge (e .g. technical expertis The European Data Protection Board issued the Guide-lines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and proces-sor in the GDPR, version 1.0, adopted on 02 September 2020. These Guidelines were open to public consultation from September to October 2020 and over one hundred of documents on comments were received by EDPB

EDPB publishes draft guidelines on controllers and processors. On 02 September 2020 the European Data Protection Board (EDPB or Board) published detailed guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor under GDPR (the Guidelines). This is a topic that has not been reviewed in detail by the EDPB or the Article 29 Working Party since the. EU: EDPB guidelines on controllers and processors provide welcome clarifications. The European Data Protection Board ('EDPB') launched, on 7 September 2020, a public consultation on Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR 1 ('the Guidelines'). In particular, the Guidelines aim to give more guidance on the concepts. On September 2, 2020, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) adopted guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor under the GDPR. The Article 29 Working Party had already issued a guidance on this topic in 2010. Although the GDPR did not change the definitions of controller and processor, the EDPB's guidelines aim to bring. The EDPB states again that processing agreements entered into between controllers and processors before 25 May 2018 must already have been updated to comply with the GDPR. The imbalance in contractual power between a controller and a processor cannot be a justification for the controller to accept contractual terms that are not GDPR-compliant

The EDPB clarifie d that in order to qualify as a processor, an organisation must be a separate entity to the controller. Where data processing is done within the controller's own organisation, perhaps in a different department, this situation does not amount to a controller-processo r relationship and therefore no data processing agreement is required EUIs acting as controllers, processors or joint controllers. They will also be useful to senior management in supporting a culture of data protection from the top of the organisation and to implementing the principle of accountability. The purpose of the guidelines is to make it easier for EUIs to fulfil their obligations. Unde

Concepts of controller, processor and joint controllership under Regulation (EU) 2018/1725. When processing personal data, EU institutions and bodies (EUIs) must comply with specific data protection rules. Depending on their role, their obligations differ. The following guidelines provide explanation and practical advice to EU institutions and. EDPB Publishes Guidelines on the Concepts of Controller and Processor in the GDPR. On September 7, 2020, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) released draft Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (the Guidelines). The Guidelines aim to (1) clarify the concepts of.

The European Data Protection Board ('EDPB') launched, on 7 September 2020, a public consultation on Guidelines 07/2020 on the Concepts of Controller and Processor in the GDPR EDPB observations on the difference between a controller and a processor. The GDPR defines controller as the natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body which alone or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data.. To determine who fulfils this role, the EDPB suggests you ask the following questions [1]: Why is the processing taking place? Who decides that the processing should take place for a particular purpose

Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller - EDP

  1. On 2 September 2020, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) adopted draft guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR (the Guidelines), which aim to replace the previous opinion of Working Party 29 dated of 16 February 2010. The Guidelines are currently under public consultation until 19 October 2020
  2. Specifically, the EDPB suggests adding procedures and template forms in contracts with processors to allow processors to assist controllers, where necessary (for example setting forth a detailed procedure that would apply in case the processor suffers a data breach or who does what in case the controller or the processor receives data subject requests, etc.) or to arrange for further instructions for such assistance
  3. On 2 September 2020, the European Data Protection Board ( EDPB ) published draft guidelines on the concepts of controller, joint controllers and processor, which - as explained below - play a crucial role within GDPR compliance (the draft Guidelines ). These are intended to update and replace decade old guidance and cover the joint.
  4. ds controllers to only use processors providing sufficient guarantees to implement appropriate technical and organizational measures so that the processing meets the requirements of the GDPR. The controller should therefore take into account the processor's expert knowledge, reliability, resources and possibly the processor's adherence to an approved code of conduct or certification mechanism
  5. EDPB Opinion Provides Guidance On Controller-Processor Agreements Under GDPR July 15 10:46 2019 by GDPR Associates Print This Article The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has issued an opinion on the standard contractual clauses proposed by the Denmark Data Protection Authority that contains important takeaways for drafting and negotiating of all Controller-Processor Article 28 data processing agreements
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EDPB's Guidelines on the concepts of controller and

The European Data Protection Board (EDPB 1) has recently published draft Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR.. Consultation on these EU-wide guidelines closes on 19 October but it is not clear when they will be finalised The EDPB guidelines on the concepts of data controller and processor are a valuable aid to the interpretation of fundamental aspects for the application of the GDPR. On 7 September 2020, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) launched a consultation on the draft Guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR , which.

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EDPB publishes draft guidelines on controllers and processor

EDPB releases statement of clarification on the concepts of controller and processor, as well as other key functional concepts in the GDPR. The concepts of controller, joint controller and processor play such a key role in the application of the GDPR that it is imperative that these roles and their functions be clear Recently, the European Data Protection Board (the EDPB) adopted, as a version for public consultation, the Guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR (the Guidelines).The new Guidelines consist of two main parts: (i) one explaining the relevant concepts and (ii) the other providing guidance on the main consequences of assigning the different roles (i.e. The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has issued an opinion on the standard contractual clauses proposed by the Denmark Data Protection Authority that contains important takeaways for drafting and negotiating of all Controller-Processor Article 28 data processing agreements A controller cannot remove processing from the scope of the GDPR by virtue of instructing a processor who is not established in the EU; the EDPB considers that the controller will remain subject to Article 3(1) and therefore that whilst the processor itself is not directly caught by the GDPR, it will be indirectly caught by virtue of the fact that the controller will still be obliged to. 14 OCTOBER 2020. On 2 September 2020, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) adopted the Draft Guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor (Guidelines) to identify clear criteria for a correct interpretation of the concepts of controller, joint controllers and processor, as well as to clarify the roles and responsibilities. The Guidelines are currently open for public consultation

EDPB Guidelines 07/2020 on the Concepts of Controller and Processor in the GDPR Andrea Jelinek European Data Protection Board Rue Wiertz 60 B-1047 Brussels - Submission by Electronic Form - Submission Deadline: 19 Oct 2020 The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN org) is grateful t It is important to underline that the use of a common data processing system or infrastructure will not in all cases lead to qualify the parties involved as joint controllers, in particular where the processing they carry out is separable and could be performed by one party without intervention from the other or where the provider is a processor in the absence of any purpose of its own (the. Throughout the Guidelines the EDPB emphasizes that the qualification of a party as controller, processor or joint controller(s) depends on the actual activities in a specific situation. It concerns functional concepts that aim to allocate responsibilities according to the actual roles of the parties That the data controller/processor is responsible for the primary content of the records of processing (previously it could be argued that this responsibility was shared between the controller/processor and their Representative) and must provide their Representative with the updated records simultaneously as they are prepared internally (this will likely be easier for data. The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has published draft guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR (Guidelines).They replace the previous guidelines on the concepts of controllers and processors which the Art. 29 Working Party, i.e., basically the EDPB's predecessor, had published in 2010

EU: EDPB guidelines on controllers and processors provide

  1. Draft Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR issued by the European Data Protection Board EDPB on 7 September 2020. This blog focuses on the updates to.
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  4. On 2 September 2020, the European Data Protection Board ('EDPB') published new guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor in the General Data Protection Regulation ('GDPR'). These guidelines are open for public consultation until 19 October 2020
  5. On September 2, 2020, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) adopted guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor under the GDPR. The Article 29 Working Party had already issued a guidance on this topic in 2010. Although the GDPR did not change the definitions of controller and processor, the EDPB's guidelines aim to brin
  6. Perhaps even more crucially, the EDPB confirms that a processor in the EU should not be considered to be an establishment of a data controller merely by virtue of its status as processor. As the EDPB puts it, the existence of a relationship between a controller and a processor does not necessarily trigger the application of the GDPR to both, should one of these two entities not be established.

We welcome the opportunity to present our comments to the recently published EDPB draft Guidance on Controller and Processor. In general, we are pleased to note that despite the fact that all the attention is mainly focused on the fight against the global pandemic situation, the EDPB still follows its tasks in the field of the consistent application of the GDPR and issues these long-awaited. On 7 September 2020, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) issued draft guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor.The concepts play a crucial role in the application of the GDPR, as they determine who will be responsible for compliance with different data protection rules, and how data subjects can exercise their rights in practice

That only controllers and processors (not their employees, etc.) are exposed to administrative fines under Article 83(4), despite Article 29, which says broadly that the processor and any person acting under the authority of the controller or of the processor, who has access to personal data, shall not process those data except on instructions from the controller, unless required to do so by. On 2 September 2020, the EDPB adopted a first version of guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor, which are essential for the good understanding and application of the GDPR. A public consultation is now open until 19 October 2020 to collect views and contributions of all interested stakeholders

Whilst the risk may be low and as we understand it, the EDPB is working hard to find a resolution, until a solution is forthcoming, UK controllers need to be aware of the issue given the potentially material impact on continuity of supply if a regulator were to restrict transfers into the UK from EEA processors In December 2019, the European Data Protection Board approved new 'template' contract clauses for use by data controllers and processors.Proposed by Denmark and just approved by the EDPB, the UK'S Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has included references to these contract clauses in its UK guidance which can be found here The EDPB therefore suggests focusing on the connection between the processing activities carried out by the processor and the targeting activities undertaken by a data controller. If the processing activities by the processor, under the instruction of the controller, are related to the offering of goods or services to the data subjects in the. the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR (Guidelines).1 The EDPB invited public comments on this document by 19 October 2020. The Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL) 2 welcomes th Summary. On 2 September 2020, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) published draft guidelines on the concepts of controller, joint controllers and processor, which - as explained below - play a crucial role within GDPR compliance (the draft Guidelines). These are intended to update and replace decade old guidance and cover the joint controller concept brought in by the.

EDPB Publishes Guidelines on the GDPR Concepts of

The (Belgian) Data Protection Authority (DPA) recently published an opinion on the concepts of data controller and data processor. This opinion largely reproduces an older opinion of the Article 29 Working Party that was published in 2010 and belongs as such to the pre-GDPR era In the EDPB's view, where the processing by a controller outside of the EU relates to offering goods/services or monitoring the behavior of individuals in the EU (targeting), if a processor is instructed to carry out such processing activities, the processor will be within the scope of the GDPR in respect of that processing activity Where processing is to be carried out on behalf of a controller, the controller shall use only processors providing sufficient guarantees to implement appropriate technical and organisational measures in such a manner that processing will meet the requirements of this Regulation and ensure the protection of the rights of the data subject. 1The processor shall Continue reading Art. 28 GDPR. EEA Controller-Processor SCCs In a press release issued by the EDPB and EDPS, EDPB Chair Andrea Jelinek welcomed the EEA Controller-Processor SCCs as a strong, EU-wide accountability tool to facilitate compliance with the GDPR, providing legal certainty to controllers and processors

EDPB Guidelines 07/2020: Update On The Concepts Of

  1. On November 23, 2018, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) issued highly anticipated draft Guidelines (the Guidelines) on the territorial scope of the GDPR. See our previous blog posts on the GDPR here and here.The Guidelines provide some clarity around the scope and applicability of the GDPR to data Controllers and Processors both inside and outside the EU
  2. German Baden-Württemberg DPA issues FAQs on EDPB Controller Processor Guidelines: Key points: Legal Concepts: Contractual clauses can represent who has a decision-making power with regard to the.
  3. imalist approach is somewhat at odds with the approach taken by the EDPB in its recent guidance on controllers and processors (see New Guidelines on Data Controllers and Processors: Time to Review Data-Processing Agreements), which stated that while the Article 28 obligations constitute the core content of a data processing agreement, they are not sufficient in.
  4. 1Each controller and, where applicable, the controller's representative, shall maintain a record of processing activities under its responsibility. 2That record shall contain all of the following information: the name and contact details of the controller and, where applicable, the joint controller, the controller's representative and the data protection officer; the purposes of the.
  5. Processor shall take reasonable steps to ensure the reliability of any employee, agent or contractor of any Contracted Processor who may have access to the Company Personal Data, ensuring in each case that access is strictly limited to those individuals who need to know / access the relevant Company Personal Data, as strictly necessary for the purposes of the Principal Agreement, and to comply.

Updated EDPB Guidance on Controllers and Processors - Part

Controllers Must Assess the Guarantees Provided by Processors: The EDPB requires that a controller must assess whether a processor provides sufficient guarantees to implement appropriate technical and organisational measures , and in particular should consider the processor's: (i) expert knowledge (e.g., technical expertise with regard to security measures and data breaches); (ii. EDPB also reminds us that controllers are required to inform data subjects of the identity of its representative in the EU in accordance with Articles 13 and 14 of the GDPR, and that the representative is required to maintain the record of processing activities under the responsibility and with the help of the controller or processor However, the EDPB and EDPS noted that more clarity should be provided as to when the controller to processor SCCs can be relied upon. Further amendments were also noted as needed, for example the docking clause, which allows additional entities to accede to the controller to processor SCCs Veja grátis o arquivo EDPB Guidelines 07 2020 re Controller Processor enviado para a disciplina de Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados Categoria: Outro - 6 - 8559007 Controller/Processor - wer ist verantwortlich? Kirsten Bock . Sommerakademie . Kiel, 09.09.2019 . Daten . Syste me Prozes se . Wer ist verantwortlich? Kirsten Bock - SAK 2019 2 . Gut zu wissen • EDSA/EDPB = Europäischer Datenschutzausschuss/ European Data Protection Board ist der Zusammenschluss der Aufsichtsbehörden, Art. 68 ff. DSGVO.

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Concepts of controller, processor and joint controllership

The EDPB considers that processing of such data 'can only be carried out under the control of official authority or when the processing is authorised by Union or Member State law providing for appropriate safeguards for the rights and freedoms of data subjects stated in art. 10 GDPR' and must be carried out locally (on vehicle) A controller might also decide to engage one processor, who in turn - with the authorisation of the controller - engages one or more other processors (sub processor(s)). The processing activity entrusted to the processor may be limited to a very specific task or context or may be more general and extended

On September 7, 2020, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) released draft Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (the Guidelines). The Guidelines aim to (1) clarify the concepts of controller, joint controllers, processor, third party and recipient under the GDPR by providing concrete examples. Conversely, the data processor can decide only on non-essential aspects (e.g. the type of IT systems or other technical means to be used for the processing, or the security measures based on the security objectives specified by the controller). The EDPB gives the following example The fundamental definitions of the controller and processor have remained largely the same since the EDPB's predecessor, the Article 29 Working Party, released guidance on the topic ten years ago, observers told GDR COCIR feedback to the EDPB Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR 1 COCIR welcomes the updated guidance provided by the European Data Protection Board on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR We are a controller outside of the EU, but we are using an EU processor GDPR does not apply to the controller simply because it chooses to use a processor in the Union. This is also helpful from EDPB as, again, it is possible to read Article 3(1) more widely (that the processor being within the EU was sufficient to make the controller subject to GDPR)

EDPB Publishes Guidelines on the Concepts of Controller

Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR | European Data Protection Board 1 user edpb.europa.eu コメントを保存する前に 禁止事項と各種制限措置について をご確認くださ The EDPB adopts guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR and on the targeting of social media users . 15/09/2020 During its plenary of 2 September 2020, The Board adopted Guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR and Guidelines on the targeting of social media users.. The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) adopted on September 2, 2020, its revised guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor under the GDPR (the Guidelines). If knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom (Aristotle), the EDPB is taking a philosophical route with the summa divisio under the GDPR, namely the one between controller and processor

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The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has published guidelines on the concepts of controller, processor and joint controller under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).These new guidelines not only replace the guidance on the same concepts published by the Article 29 Working Party in 2010, but also broaden the scope of joint controllership Response to the EDPB Consultation on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR In its response to the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) Science Europe welcomes the detailed guidance on identifying whether controllership is joint or separate within a given collaboration and identifying an appropriate legal form to establish an agreement GDPR to the non-established controller or processor. In addition, the EDPB clarify that the processing of personal data of EU citizens or residents that occurs in a third country does not trigger the application of the GDPR. Example A bank in Taiwan has customers that are residing in Taiwan but hold German citizenship COCIR feedback to the EDPB guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor. 26.10.2020 Position papers 19 October 2020. COCIR welcomes the updated guidance provided by the European Data Protection Board on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR. These. The EDPB guidance has confirmed that the identity of a controller or processor is determined in principle by its activities, rather than its formal designation as either one or the other; while contractual terms can assist in defining roles, they will not be decisive

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EDPB consultation on Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR ends by Practical Law Data Protection On 2 September 2020, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) held its 37th Plenary Session and confirmed in a press release that it had adopted: Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR The European privacy supervisors as united in the Data Protection Board (EDPB) have published new guidelines on the concept of controller and processor. What's new, what's better and what's missing? Vonne Laan and Eliëtte Vaal determined this in their opinion for the Dutch scientific journal on internet law (Tijdschrift voor Internetrecht)

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During its thirty-seventh Plenary session, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) adopted two new sets of Guidelines: Guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor in GDPR and Guidelines on the targeting of social media users 15. The EDPB and the EDPS welcome in general the adoption of standard contractual clauses as a strong accountability tool that facilitates compliance by controllers and processors to their obligations under the GDPR and the EUDPR. 16. The EDPB already issued opinions on standard contractual clauses prepared by the Danish Supervisor

Feedback regarding EDPB Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR Nataliia Bielova, Cristiana Santos To cite this version: Nataliia Bielova, Cristiana Santos. Feedback regarding EDPB Guidelines 07/2020 on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR. [Research Report] Inria. 2020. ￿hal-03117323 The EDPB and EDPS also suggested that the Annexes to the SCCs clarify as much as possible the roles and responsibilities of each of the parties with regard to each processing activity as any ambiguity in this regard could make it more difficult for the controllers or processors to fully meet their obligations under the accountability principle According to Article 4 of the EU GDPR, different roles are identified as indicated below:. Controller - means the natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body which, alone or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data Processor - means a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body which processes. We believe the new steps we're announcing today go beyond the law and the EDPB draft recommendations, and we hope these additional steps will give our customers added confidence about their data. First, we are committing that we will challenge every government request for public sector or enterprise customer data - from any government - where there is a lawful basis for doing so The carrying-out of processing by a processor other than a Union institution or body should be governed by a contract, or, in case of Union institutions and bodies acting as processors, by a contract or other legal act under Union law, binding the processor to the controller, setting out the subject matter and duration of the processing, the nature and purposes of the processing, the type of.

What's New in the EDPB's Draft Guidelines on Controllers

Ytterligare en gemensam nämnare för controller och processor är att bägge kan bli kontrollerade av Datainspektionen. Om dessa kontroller visar att företagets datahantering inte följer riktlinjerna i GDPR kan både controllers och processors bli skadeståndsskyldiga, oavsett om de består av fysiska eller juridiska personer The EDPB have published guidelines and opinions on related concepts and terms. The DPC advises data controllers to consult these when considering the nature, scope, context and purposes of their intended processing operations and the need to carry out a DPIA. • Further information on risk, systematic processing, vulnerable data subjects and ne EDPB adopts guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor at its 37th plenary Practical Law UK Legal Update w-027-4578 (Approx. 4 pages) by Practical Law Data Protectio During this 37th plenary session, the Board adopted Guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor and Guidelines on the targeting of social media users.The EDPB also created a taskforce on complaints following the CJEU Schrems II judgement and a taskforce devoted to the supplementary measures that data exporters and importers can be required to take to ensure adequate protection when.

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Controller-Processor Transfers. If the data importer is a data processor, you'll need to use the SCCs for controller-processor transfers. The controller-processor SCCs were updated in 2018. The old set (from 2010) is no longer valid and you must not use it. If you're engaging a data processor, whether or not they are based outside of the EEA. CIPL welcomes the recognition by the EDPB that the interpretation of processing in the context of the activities of an establishment of a controller or processor must find a balance between a too narrow and too broad understanding. CIPL welcomes, in particular, the acknowledgemen An overwhelmingly popular market trend to include processors under the umbrella of third party vendors in the vendor management process can lead to the misleading assumption that you can mitigate your GDPR risk with vendors by sending each (third party) vendor a data processing agreement geared towards establishing guarantees for a controller/processor relationship EFAMRO Consultation Response to EDPB Guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor. This response is submitted by: • EFAMRO, the European Federation of Associations of Market Research Organisations. Founded in 1992, EFAMRO represents the interests of market, social and opinion research.

EDPB publishes draft guidelines on the concepts of

Veja grátis o arquivo EDPB Guidelines 07 2020 re Controller Processor enviado para a disciplina de Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados Categoria: Outro - 17 - 8559007 The Board adopted Guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor in the GDPR and Guidelines on the targeting of social media users. In addition, the EDPB created a taskforce on complaints following the CJEU Schrems II judgement and a taskforce devoted to the supplementary measures that data exporters and importers can be required to take to ensure adequate protection when transferring. The New SCCs were published two days after the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) released its draft recommendations on supplementary The New SCCs provide for new types of data transfer (i.e., processor-to-processor and processor-to-controller transfers, in addition to the controller-to-controller and controller-to. EDPB has published new draft guidelines on the concepts of controller and processor which aim at replacing the previous opinion from the Article 29 Working Party (WP169).. This document thus intends to clarify the definition of the concepts of controller, joint controller, processor, third party and recipient of data, by illustrating them with concrete examples within different sectors ICANN org Public Comment: EDPB Guidelines 07/2020 on the Concepts of Controller and Processor in the GDPR. 19 Oct 2020. edpb-guidelines-controller-processor-comments-19oct20-en.pdf [329 KB

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