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DANISH SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY: Relevance of the Chromebook case to other organisations and cloud services

Based on a specific enquiry from the Region of Southern Denmark in a current case, the Danish Data Protection Agency has considered the extent to which the so-called Chromebook case is relevant to the acquisition and use of other cloud services. In the case of the Region of Southern Denmark, it concerns the region’s planned migration to Microsoft 365. Shortly after the publication of the Danish Data Protection Agency’s decision of 30 January 2024 in the so-called Chromebook case, the…

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AUSTRALIAN SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY: Data breach report highlights supply chain risks

The risk of outsourcing personal information handling to third parties is highlighted in the latest data breach statistics, released today by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC). Australian Information Commissioner Angelene Falk said the OAIC continues to be notified of a high number of multi-party breaches, with most resulting from a breach of a cloud or software provider. “The increased occurrence of incidents that affect multiple parties is a reason we are seeing data breaches grow in complexity, scale…

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ICELANDIC SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY: issues instructions to local authorities regarding the use of Google’s cloud services in primary school activities

The Danish Data Protection Agency has examined the use of Google’s student system, Google Workspace for Education, by 53 municipalities in primary school work. The agency has now published a decision regarding part of the case and concerns the legality of the municipalities’ sharing of students’ personal information with Google. In the decision, it is concluded that the local authorities have been authorized to share the students’ personal information with Google, for the purpose that the company can provide the…

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FINNISH SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY: New obligations for digital operators – the goal is safer and more open online services

Internet platforms and other digital services will have new obligations when the application of the EU’s Digital Services Act begins on 17 February 2024. The purpose of the new Act is to reduce illegal content and increase the transparency of services. The Digital Services Act contains extensive new obligations for various network operators, from cloud services to social media platforms and various marketplaces. Different service providers have different levels of obligations. Some of the obligations apply to a wide variety…

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