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How do Wi-Fi Positioning Systems interact with the GDPR?

The paper is about a made-up problem. When yo carry your phone with you, you yourself want to know your location. For that your phone uses GPS which takes a lot of battery power and doesn’t work well ...
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Is a name of person in an blog interview personal identifiable information that requires author disclosure in privacy policy?

An interviewee's name falls under right-of-publicity If you have a right to publicity or not depends heavily on the jurisdiction. Typically, an Interview is covered by those rights, and not by gdpr. ...
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Is a name of person in an blog interview personal identifiable information that requires author disclosure in privacy policy?

The conclusion is that since interviewee name is PII and it would be stored,then one would have to disclose controller name to that person (at least under GDPR). One probably wouldn't have to have ...
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EU Data Act - Receive access logs of managed wifi access points from service provider

Depends on many details beyond the scope of an easy Q&A. Is B the data controller or the data processor? The contract between A and B should spell this out. Is wifi access provided to employees ...
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Does anonymous tracking require user consent according to GDPR and CCPA?

You are collecting personal information, so you are a Data Controller under the GDPR You need a lawful basis for the processing. There are six available lawful bases for processing. No single basis ...
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What does it mean for a data subject to have information?

The question asks about an exception to the obligation to provide information under Article 14. Paragraphs 1 to 4 shall not apply where and insofar as: (a) the data subject already has the ...
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Do I have meaningful information about the logic of the automated decision-making by all reputable data brokers?

I challenge that Equifax is performing “automated individual-decision making” In fact, as far as I can see, Equifax makes no decision about you at all. They receive a request, they provide a report. I'...
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What does it mean for a data subject to have information?

You misunderstand the information that needs to be provided to the data subject It isn’t the personal data the controller has on the subject, it’s the information about the controller in paragraph (1) ...
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I forgot to BCC people in music promotion email

Don’t do it again This is a data breach under the GDPR. So, you should implement your data breach protocol which you established when you decided to become a data controller. You did do that, right? ...
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