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While the GDPR specifies protection of personal data, the ePrivacy … If this was a game of EU regulation top trumps, then the ePrivacy Regulation would trump the GDPR when it comes to matters around electronic communications. The ePR specifically covers the privacy of individuals as it relates to the confidentiality of electronic communications, whereas the GDPR is focused on the protection and handling of personal data. The main difference between the two regulations lies in their scopes of application. Though both texts have wide implications, the GDPR regulates the processing of personal data (collected on- or offline), while ePrivacy regulates information exchange (or metadata) sent via electronic service providers: browsers, SMS, e-mails, but other OTTs such as Skype, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messenger. GDPR and ePrivacy both cover data protection practices across the EU and both will impose high penalties for non-compliance.
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Both the GDPR and the ePR have been introduced to align data privacy laws across all EU countries, which means unlike the ePrivacy Directive, they require no domestic law to enact them. You probably heard all about the fines for non-compliance with the GDPR, 20 million euros or four per cent of annual global turnover, whichever is the highest.
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I write about latest news in the legal-tech framework to help intercept the trends and gain a competitive edge in the market. GDPR vs. ISO 27001: Two sides of the same coin? The primary difference between GDPR and ISO standards is in their scope as well as their format.
While GDPR only applies to the processing of personal data, ePrivacy regulates electronic communication even if it concerns non-personal data. Also, in the case of cookies, the ePrivacy generally takes precedence. The ePrivacy Directive/Cookie Law requires users’ informed consent before storing cookies on a user’s device and/or tracking them.
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It was originally expected that the Regulation would come into force on the 25th of May to coincide and specify the new GDPR requirements. However, the An effective, demonstrable training programme can be the difference between the ICO taking enforcement action – or not, even if your data privacy programme A position complicated by the incoming General Data Protection.
Following the GDPR, the cooperation and consistency mechanisms available to data protection authorities under the GDPR concern the monitoring of the application of GDPR provisions only.
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The ePrivacy Regulation will show how this framework applies to the area of privacy in electronic communications. The ePR is designed to complement the GDPR. Whereas the GDPR provides a framework for activities involving personal data, the ePrivacy Regulation will apply the framework to privacy in electronic communications. If ePrivacy conflicts with the GDPR in any way, ePrivacy will override the GDPR. Like the GDPR, ePR is extra-territorial. Since the GDPR focuses specifically on personal data while the scope of the ePrivacy Regulation can cover not only personal data, but also B2B data, it is likely that the ePrivacy Regulation may take … 2019-05-29 2020-06-17 While GDPR only applies to the processing of personal data, ePrivacy regulates electronic communication even if it concerns non-personal data.