On May 25, 2015, the CNIL announced its 2015 inspection program and identified a focus on six issues in particular: contactless payment, Driving Licenses National File (Le Fichier National des Permis de Conduire), the “well-being and health” connected devices, monitoring tools used for attendance in public places, the treatment of personal data during evaluation of psychosocial risks and the Binding Corporate Rules. … [Read more...] about CNIL (France) Announces Inspection Program—Focus Will Be on BCR Compliance and Treatment of Psychosocial Data, Among Others
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The code then lists various examples of good practice, such as informing the foreign broadcasters of their obligations under French law, assessing whether or not there is a possibility of using techniques to avoid showing the advertisements without incurring liability under the contract and making inquiries as to which advertisements will be shown at the event. The guidance also contains an exception for teams or athletes of ‘special renown’ (defined as ‘the fame enjoyed by a national team, a club or a French or foreign athlete outside his or its country of origin’) and a list of qualifying bi-national events (including the rounds before the final 16 of the UEFA Cup). … [Read more...] about Loi Évin: How Law Makers in France Have Forced Divide Between Alcohol & Sport
In 2009, English conducted a study of how news publications were handling requests to change online archives as part of the Associated Press Managing Editors online credibility project (now named the Associated Press Media Editors). Her report, The Longtail of News: To Publish or Not to Publish, included the results of survey questions answered by 110 news editors in Canada and the United States, providing statistics on whether, when and how they might update archived stories, change them or even unpublish them. … [Read more...] about Erasing the News: Should some stories be forgotten?
The information regarding agreements should be passed on to the responsible authority, in French, within 15 days of the signing of each agreement. The information on benefits granted and agreements entered into should be provided to the responsible authority no later than 1 August for benefits granted and agreements entered into during the first half of the year and no later than 1 February for those granted and entered into during the second half of the preceding year. The authority will publish this information no later than 1 October and 1 April respectively. … [Read more...] about French Sunshine Act Finally Implemented: Big Changes for the Health Care Sector