Legitimate Interests under the GDPR: Findings, Case Studies and Guidance

GDPR Compliance Webinar Series 2018

Organizations are trying to better understand how to use legitimate interests as a lawful basis for processing under the GDPR.

Webinar Date: May 09, 2018

Nymity and the FPF (Future of Privacy Forum) released an important study on legitimate interests under the GDPR to wide acclaim: Processing Personal Data on the Basis of Legitimate Interests Under the GDPR. In this webinar, our panelists will discuss specific cases that have been decided at the national level by DPAs and Courts from the European Economic Area (EEA) and the most relevant cases where the Court of Justice of the European Union interpreted and applied the “legitimate interests” ground.

Join us to gain valuable insight concerning over 40 cases examined representing a wide variety of data processing activities from over 15 countries, such as:

  • Using key-logger software for employee monitoring
  • Use of GPS tracking data for private investigations
  • Disclosing health data for litigation purposes
  • Disclosing personal data for debt collection purposes
  • Sending emails without consent for electoral purposes
  • Publishing the sale price of homes that are no longer on the market
  • Recording employee misconduct

All of the cases discussed are found in the Nymity Research™ legal compliance software solution which contains over 25,000 References, including English translations of foreign documents.

 

SPEAKERS

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Teresa Troester-Falk
Chief Global Privacy Strategist and former Associate General Counsel (Privacy), Information Services

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Paul Breitbarth
Director of EU Certification Research and Senior Solutions Advisor and former Senior International Officer, Dutch DPA,

gabriela-zanfir-fortuna

Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna
Policy Counsel, The Future of Privacy Forum

paul-lewis

Paul Lewis
Senior Privacy Office Solutions Advisor and former Executive Consultant, Security Services

 

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