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Privacy in the EU Institutions

Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 - which will be adapted in 2018, in order to be brought in line with the General Data Protection Regulation - lays down the data protection obligations for the EU institutions and bodies when they process personal data and develop new policies. The Regulation also sets out the duties of the EDPS including its role as an independent supervisory authority of the EU institutions and bodies when they process personal data and for advising on policies and legislation that affect privacy and cooperating with similar authorities to ensure consistent data protection.

Here you will find EDPS documents about privacy and data protection concerning the processing of personal data by the EU institutions and bodies, such as staff evaluation, accreditation of external visitors, access control.

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26
Jan
2021

Investigation on the personal data processing activities of the European Parliament’s Wi-Fi network services

EDPS Decision on the own initiative investigation on the personal data processing activities of the European Parliament’s Wi-Fi network services (case 2019-0971)

"Redacted version for public release"

Available languages: English
21
Jan
2021

EDPS comments on the EBA draft Decision laying down internal rules concerning restrictions of certain rights of data subjects for the functioning of the institution (Case 2020-0941)

EDPS comments on the European Banking Authority’s draft Decision laying down internal rules concerning restrictions of certain rights of data subjects in relation to processing of personal data in the framework of the functioning of the European Banking Authority (EBA).

Available languages: English
21
Jan
2021
1
Oct
2020

Opinion on the European Public Prosecutor’s Office’s prior consultation on the risks identified in the Data Protection Impact Assessment carried out on its Case Management System

The EDPS will consider hereinafter the main data protection issues concerning the processing of personal data at stake, having regard to the measures envisaged by the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO) to address data protection risks.

 

DisclaimerPlease note that parts of this document were redacted to protect public security and the internal decision making process of the EPPO.