DSGVO in der Praxis – IP-Adressen, Cookies, Social-Media-Plugins, E-Mails (Fragen 43-51)

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at This episode of our video series on Implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation in practice looks at the technical aspects of the new data protection regime Dr Feiler, many thanks for coming The question 45 in yours new book is dedicated to the unbelievably annoying subject of cookies

Changes in the approval need for queries in the web browser in relation to the Cookies something with the DSGVO? In essence, fortunately not The Austrian So far, the legal situation has been relatively accommodating so far was acknowledged that in the result with the own Webbrowser also the Use of cookies may agree That is, by making the browser cookies allows, the use of cookies is also okay That will be in the future too through the E-Privacy Regulation – a new EU regulation that is in line with the GDPR addition – exactly as it was already in Austria, be regulated Tools that are often used by website owners are Google Analytics or other analysis tools that try to get traffic on the Website in more detail

Will such tools continue to be usable in the future? Yes, the use of specific Google Analytics is still allowed, though two conditions are met: First, in the privacy statement on the website about the use of Google Analytics be informed A corresponding pattern can be found in the book by the colleague Horn and me Second, it is necessary to have an anonymization feature Google Analytics to partially shorten the IP address and in this way as a result of Google only anonymized IP addresses are processed Let's talk about emails: The flood of e-mails entails that in the email traffic an incredible amount of data are included and stored How long should, should, have e-mails to be stored in the future? Basically according to the DSGVO: Ich may only store data for as long as the processing purpose requires

in the concrete case, one of the processing purposes is compliance with the statutory storage requirement for business letters after the Corporate Code, namely for seven years That is, very many I have to keep e-mails for seven years Many other, especially internal emails I may not have keep for a long time But I will keep it for so long, because the internal Emails often also document contract negotiations with third parties, which are then in one Litigation will be necessary to defend itself accordingly Therefore, in case of doubt, a storage of seven years is quite advisable

If employees are on vacation or have left the company, can I access the e-mail account under DSGVO? The problem that arises at the site is: what if a private use the professional e-mail account was allowed? If that is the case, then the access to the e-mail account in the Did relatively problematic, because here also sensitive data in this e-mail account are included Therefore, the clear recommendation, the private use of professional E-mail accounts either prohibit or require mandatory that Private correspondence is marked as such Marking can mean it has to be put in a separate folder? Or in Outlook there is also a separate feature to mark e-mails as "private" Then you can also automatically filter out the private e-mails accordingly Thank you for your practical presentations

If you want to know if Also IP addresses personal data are what data you have on your web server may log as the privacy policy on your Website must look like in the future or whether you have incoming and outgoing emails on your servers, then I'd like to introduce you to the new book by Lukas Feiler and Bernhard Horn to heart All these questions can be found there answered I look forward to seeing you again at wwwdigitalwaveat


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