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Amendments to Poland’s Data Protection Law Ease the Rules on Data Exports and Data Protection Officers

The Polish Parliament passed the Facilitation of Business Activity Act (source in Polish) which significantly amends the existing Act on Personal Data Protection. The amendments come into force 1 January 2015. The changes mean that the EU Commission’s approved Standard Contractual Clauses for data transfers (“SCCs”) and approved Binding Corporate Rules (“BCRs”) are automatically recognised … Continue Reading

Poland’s Draft Data Protection Law To Alter the Rules for Data Transfer and Data Privacy Officers

A draft of Poland’s new draft data protection law has been released and has the potential to significantly change the rules in Poland governing international data transfers and data privacy officers. Under existing rules, Poland is an EU member state that does not currently recognise the Standard Contractual Clauses or Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) as … Continue Reading
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