ePrivacy-Verordnung: Die wichtigsten Änderungen im Überblick

Am 10. Januar hat die Europäische Kommission ihren offiziellen Vorschlag für die ePrivacy-Verordnung veröffentlicht, die zusammen mit der Datenschutzgrundverordnung im Mai 2018 in Kraft treten soll. Verbände und Akteure der Onlinewerbebranche haben den Entwurf bereits scharf kritisiert, da er gravierende Folgen für die Internetbranche und die Informationsgesellschaft habe.

Was genau ändert sich durch die ePrivacy-Verordnung, wenn ihr Vorschlag angenommen wird? Dr. Frank Eickmeier und Prof. Dr. Christoph Bauer haben die wichtigsten Änderungen für Sie zusammengefasst. Die detaillierte Stellungnahme finden Sie hier.

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Magazine DER SPIEGEL: ePrivacyseal – Privacy made in Germany as competitive edge

In the German magazine DER SPIEGEL 49/2016, journalist Marcel Rosenbach mentions the ePrivacyseal as a competitive advantage of the German mobile tracking company Adjust. Customers trust in the excellent privacy practices of the German start-up proved by the ePrivacyseal – a particularly important award in the sensitive field of tracking and data protection. Adjust does not record any personal data of the user and all information transfer is encrypted.

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d3con 2017

ePrivacy will be at d3con again! We are looking forward to inspiring exchanges on 14 March 2017 in Hamburg.

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Open GDPR seminar at ePrivacy in Hamburg

Open seminar about the challenges of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from 11 am until 3 pm: What are the most important changes due to the new EU legislation? How can data-driven business models be prepared for 2018? 

ePrivacy GmbH
Große Bleichen 21
20354 Hamburg

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ePrivacy Extends the Inspections Scope of the ePrivacyseal to the New GDPR and Publishes Free GDPR App

ePrivacy GmbH has integrated the new General Data Protection Regulation, published in May 2016 and operative in May 2018, into the criteria catalogue of the ePrivacyseal. Furthermore, the free app “ePrivacy GDPR” brings the law text on smartphones. 

Please find the complete press release here.

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ePrivacy study discovers: Many Medical Apps have significant data security defects

Many patients use medical apps on their smartphone or tablet. To use these applications, it is necessary to provide sensitive data – data protection and data security thus play a particularly important role. ePrivacy tested around 140 medical apps between August and November 2015 and found out, that many of them exhibit substantial defects.

Please find the whole press release in German here. You can download the study here.

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