The GDPR is around the corner. Before May 25th 2018 (the day the GDPR enters into force across the EU, including Malta), you should familiarise yourself not just with the new law itself but also the Article 29 Working Party’s authoritative interpretation of various aspects of the GDPR. To date, the WP29 has adopted and published a number of Guidelines and Opinions on various important and ‘hot’ issues including consent, personal data breach notifications, data processing at work, data protection impact assessments, automated individual decision-making and profiling as well as the right to data portability.
However, due to the way the Guidelines and Opinions are published, it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of all of them and to make sure that you are reading the latest revised version. This is where Mamo TCV’s dedicated GDPR Microsite comes in. We regularly update all links to the latest versions of the WP29’s publications relating to the GDPR, including those that have been recently revised and even those that are still open for public consultation.