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Privacy in the EU Institutions

Regulation (EU) 2018/1725 lays down the data protection obligations for the EU institutions, bodies and agencies when they process personal data and develop new policies. This regulation also defines the obligations of the EDPS, including his role as an independent supervisory authority of EU institutions and bodies when they process personal data, and to advise on policies and legislation which affect privacy and cooperate with similar authorities to ensure consistent data protection.

 

 

 

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Contribution by the EDPS to the Report on the application of Regulation (EU) 2018/1725

With its first-hand experience of applying and enforcing Regulation (EU) 2018/1725, the EDPS prepared a detailed contribution for the European Commission's important reviewing exercise on the application of the Regulation.

 

Available languages: English
29
Nov
2021

Newsletter (90)

In our November newsletter, find out about our upcoming data protection conference in 2022; read up on our participation in the 43rd Global Privacy Assembly and other events relating to data protection; catch up on our latest Formal Comments and recent publications.

26
Oct
2021

Opinion on prior consultation on the online assessment with remote invigilation in the context of the recruitment

EDPS Opinion on prior consultation on the online assessment requested by [...] with remote invigilation in the context of the recruitment

18
Oct
2021

European Commission's internal rules concerning the restriction of certain of data subject rights in the context of requests and complaints under the Staff Regulations

EDPS comments on the European Commission's draft decision laying down internal rules concerning the provision of information to data subjects and the restriction of certain of their rights in the context of processing of personal data by the Commission when handling requests and complaints under the Staff Regulations (2021-0758)

Available languages: English