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GDPR Misconception No. 9: Everybody is a Processor

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator The EU legislator has allowed itself a disservice with the definition, or rather “non-definition”, of the term “processing”. Why is this so important? As soon as a data controller transfers data in any form to a third party for processing, he or she must impose on the third party the obligations that he or she has assumed. That seems plausible, but the devil is also in the

GDPR Misconception No. 10: Privacy will have an impact on technology

Note: This is an automatic translation by Deepl.com With the principles of “Privacy by Design” and “Privacy by Default” the legislator tries to create facts by propagating technologies that are data protection friendly. Technologies are generally not data protection-friendly or data protection-unfriendly. The best example is the drones: It is unavoidable that drones could interfere with the general use of airspace and thus potentially the privacy of many citizens. Of

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