Safe Harbor ruling affecting Hungarian businesses

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In its recently released decision, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) declared that the EU Commission’s US Safe Harbour adequacy decision (Commission Decision 2000/520/EC of 26 July 2000) is invalid and therefore no longer a valid method Continue reading Safe Harbor ruling affecting Hungarian businesses

Hungary DPA Issues Guidance on the Use of Dashcams

The Hungary DPA has recently released guidance on the use of dashcams (hereafter Guidance), considering that the DPA received several queries relating the use of on-board cameras that attaches to the vehicle’s interior windscreen and continuously records the car or Continue reading Hungary DPA Issues Guidance on the Use of Dashcams

Sub-Processing Introduced Into the Information Act

Hungarian data protection law generally forbids sub-processing of processing operations by data processors since 1999. This means in practice that a processor of processing services could not sub-contract data processing to other processors – even if the data subject and Continue reading Sub-Processing Introduced Into the Information Act