Category: DPIA

DPIA needed in those 17 situations related to data manipulation and affecting legal rights

In a previous article, we reviewed real-life DPIA examples related to AI and machine learning. Today, it’s turn of individual legal rights. Moreover when you are about to manipulate sensitive data which can affect the individual rights. Public Monitoring Through Recognition Elements Monitoring the public opens up concerns about how to protect an individual’s identity … Continued

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DPIA: 5 Situations Where May (or May Not) Need One

A Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) is a report designed to limit the threats to an individual’s right in high-risk processing situations. It’s a complicated undertaking, so it’s helpful to avoid if it’s not actually necessary. However, as you might imagine, this broad definition has led to some controversy over which situations merit one. (If you’re in … Continued

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When a DPIA is necessary – the Irish perspective

Under the GDPR each supervisory authority has to prepare and submit to the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) a list of processing operations that require organisations to conduct Data Privacy Impact Assessments (DPIA).

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Using Data Protection Impact Assessments to assess risky processing activities

If you’re in any doubt about whether the processing of personal data you do is within the parameters of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) then you should carry out a DPIA because the penalty for not doing so – when it’s appropriate to – is a €10-million fine, or 2% of annual global turnover, whichever is greater.

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