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Interpretation of point e of Article 13 of GDPR
Four monthly after the entry into force of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (EU) ("GDPR") there are still open questions in the interpretation of its provisions. In Article 13 of GDPR it is determined, which data must be provided to the data subject by the Controller upon data subject's request, whereby the Controller must also provide the recipients or the categories of the recipients to whom the personal data was disclosed during the processing of the Controller.
This is a very strict provision, as due to the literal interpretation and the definition of the recipient this can be every entity or individual to whom personal data was disclosed save the state authorities who performed an enquiry on the basis of Slovene or EU law. Does the concerned provision make Controllers that process mass amounts of personal data which is disclosed to many recipients subject to overload upon mass requests from data subjects for information about processing?
That depends on the conduct and interpretation of the Slovene data protection authorities, i. e. the Information Commissioner, however, just how much space does the Information Commissioner have when interpreting point e of Article 13 of GDPR?In case you would like assistance in relation to interpretation and implementation of data protection legislation, PwC Legal Slovenia would gladly assist you and ensure that you are fully compliant.
As of 15.8.2018, the new Collective Agreement for trade Slovenia, concluded between the Trade Union of Workers in trade sector Slovenia as the representatives of Employees and the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce, Association of Employers of Slovenia and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia on the Employer’s side, entered into force. At present, the new collective agreement binds only mentioned contracting parties, that is their members. If the Ministry of Labor, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities issues the decision of the extended validity of the Collective Agreement for trade Slovenia, it will bind all the employers in the field of trade activities.
Regarding the previous regulation the new collective agreement more clearly defines weekly working time and stipulates a more detailed arrangement of shifts; a restriction on Sunday work and a ban on working on holidays; an increase of the allowance for work on Sundays; a more precise determination of overtime allowance; an increase of the minimum reimbursement of expenses for meals during work and business trips; an increase of the minimum basic salaries of I.-V. tariff class by 5% from 1.1.2019 and by 2% from July 2019; an increase of the minimum basic salaries of VI. and VII. tariff class by 10 percent from 1.1.2009; a holiday allowance in the amount of the minimum wage.
The entire Collective Agreement for trade Slovenia is available on this link.
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which will focus on Anti-money laundering compliance, specifically the challenges posed by new regulatory trends and technological developments. Indeed, one of the major challenges faced by regulated industries, such as financial services in respect of Anti-money laundering compliance, is that attaining and maintaining regulatory compliance involves chasing an ever moving target, not only because of changes to the regulations themselves, but also because of changes in technological solutions for AML compliance.
Where: Gospodarska Zbornica
When: 25 September 2018, 9.00-12.00
The Topics covered will include the 5th AML directive, innovations regarding due diligence on customers, challenges related to beneficial ownership information, virtual currencies, online banking and digital on-boarding of customers.
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