Similarities (and differences) across the EU GDPR and the CCPA around Geographical scope, entities subject to these laws, personal data definition, notice requirements, access+portability rights, deletion and opt-out rights, processors-service provider(s) relationship, consent and enforcement.
Automatically extract, fill in and rework contracts with inputting data yourself.
German contract automatisation.
Among the new rules:
- 30+% of catalogues must go to European content (exemptions can apply);
- duty to undertake appropriate measures to limit content inciting violence, hatred and terrorism + to quickly react when content is reported as harmful;
- stricter rules on broadcasting advertising and product placement in children’s TV programmes; and
- stricter guidelines in order to ensure that personal data about children which they collect are not processed for commercial use;
The golden management tip of the dya hinges on the abuse of such expresisons by lots of people.
Data analyics to improve litigation.
Among the novelties:
- scope is extended to intelligence agencies too (as the UK did too);
- children’s consent age is lowered to 13 years old (lowest threashold admissible in the GDPR);
- Genetic, Biometric and Health-Related Data require additional layers of protection (mention of specific personnell authorised + their role);
- processing of criminal records has a wider purpose to include managing of disputes, with the data owner’s consent and for public interest/scientific/historic/legal/statistical purposes,;
Automatisation of legal contracts.
Strict enforcement of Privacy law in Dutch hospitals and health insurers with regard to the appointment of a DPO.
Advance analytics to make better decisions, tailoring of contracts based on clients’ feedback, electornic signatures and dashboard to measure performances, among the features.