EUGeneral Data Protection Regulation Discussion BroadcastThe Assistant European Data Protection Supervisor and the Rapporteur for the Data Protection Regulation have discussed the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). They noted that the timeline that had been set for the end of 2015 was nearing, but there was optimism that there could be political agreement in this time. There are still some core compromises needed: for example, in relation to the requirement for a mandatory data protection officer, the question of consent and other grounds for processing data (in particular legitimate interests for processing), but the position is moving toward a consensus. All parties foresee that the implementation period will be two years once the regulation is finalised.EU Agency for Fundamental Rights Report on SurveillanceThe EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has published its report focussing on the legal framework governing surveillance by intelligence powers. The report also … [Read more...] about EU Weekly Data Privacy Alert – 23 November 2015
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Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Live Law June 5, 2018 11:31 am Change Font Size Discretion granted to a person most probably opens the floodgates for partisan decisions. Situation aggravates if the person has political interests and the decision is unchallengeable. We are speaking about the office of the Governor in India. Ever since the Madras State elections in 1952, the office of the Governor has been controversial on several fronts. The Governor’s discretion in choosing a chief minister has been a significant bone of contention. Several suggestions such as the appointment of a non-political person as Governor, setting parameters for the Governor to exercise his/her discretion, the abolition of the office of the Governor etc. have been doing the rounds. This article concentrates on the need to set standards to prevent the Governor from exercising his discretion to choose a Chief Minister in an arbitrary and fanciful manner. Towards that end, … [Read more...] about Governor’s Discretion while Choosing CM: An Analysis of the Recent Karnataka Drama
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SECTIONS Search E-edition Home eEdition Customer Service Customer Service Newsletters Obituaries News All News Local news Crime Politics The Buzz Nation & World 913 Cass County Lee's Summit Video Photos Sports All Sports Chiefs Royals Royals photos Sporting KC Olympics Kansas Missouri K-State High School Scores & Stats NASCAR Outdoors NBA Buy Tickets Blogs & Columns The Full 90 Campus Corner For Pete's Sake Sam Mellinger Vahe Gregorian Politics Politics Elections The Missouri Influencer Series Opinion All Opinion Editorials Influencers Opinion Letters to the Editor Colleen Nelson Derek Donovan Dave Helling Melinda Henneberger Steve Kraske Toriano Porter Steve Rose Guest commentary Syndicated columnists Submit a Letter Entertainment … [Read more...] about Here’s why petition to rename The Paseo for MLK likely won’t be on November ballot
Sep 23, 12:13 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury World By Yacine LE FORESTIER 09/22/19 AT 11:21 PM Guenter Schabowski scratches his head, puts on his glasses, hesitates, then fumbles with his handwritten notes.He seems to be trying to understand what he is reading and haltingly responds to a question about when a measure giving East Germans more freedom to travel would take effect: "As far as I know... as of now."History's train has left the station. It is around 7 pm on November 9, 1989.A member of the Politburo of East Germany's communist party, and its spokesman, this member of the inner ruling circle of the "workers' and peasants' state" as the German Democratic Republic was known just announced to a few flabbergasted journalists the fall of the Berlin Wall.He seems to do it by accident, at the end of a press conference and in response to questions about the new rules for East German citizens leaving the … [Read more...] about November 9, 1989: The Day That Changed The World