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Personal Data and "Covid-19 Alert"

By Aleksandra THÉLOT, Intellectual Property Lawyer
THELOT_SEARCH.png In a press release available on the CNIL website (click on the image), the French Commission recalls the legal basis which allowed the “Covid-19 Alert” text message to be sent to French citizens on March 17th.
Published on: 25th March 2020

Data in the sports sector

By Aleksandra THÉLOT, Intellectual Property Lawyer
THELOT_SEARCH.png “Reach for Gold,” the World Intellectual Property Day campaign last April dealt with the world of sport. Through sport, companies can convey their desire to embrace the values of adventure, humility, pugnacity, and innovation to the general public, collaborators, and customers.
Published on: 6th Sept 2019

Protect your data in 5 lessons

By Aleksandra THÉLOT, Intellectual Property Lawyer.
THELOT_SEARCH.png Between 2017 and 2018, approximately 70% of the National Commission on Informatics and Liberty’s public decisions financially sanctioned the breach of a controller's security and confidentiality obligations. The obligation to ensure security is one of the key principles of the processing of personal data of Act n°78-17 of January 1978 on Information Technology, Data files and Civil liberties. Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (GDPR) reinforces this principle. Data security is therefore a major issue to be considered in the governance of IT tools and systems.
Published on: 7th Jun 2019

What impact does a no deal as of March 30, 2019, have on data?

By Aleksandra THÉLOT, Intellectual Property Lawyer.
THELOT_SEARCH.png Following the rejection of the negotiated agreement to leave the European Union by British MPs on January 15, 2019, and as highlighted in the article published by REGIMBEAU , the most likely scenario is the ‘no deal’: a withdrawal without an EU agreement. The EU exit procedure is due to be completed on March 29, 2019, but until that date the United Kingdom remains a Member State of the European Union.
Published on: 5th Jun 2019