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The Privacy Advisor | Attorneys at law can become data protection correspondents Related reading: Mass. weighs in on Equifax: Who else might?


By Pascale Gelly and Elisabeth Quillatre

The Conseil National des Barreaux (French National Bar Council) recently modified its national rules (RIN) to enable registered attorneys at law to become data protection correspondents (CIL), the French version of DPOs. The council overcame concerns about conflicts of interest between the role of advisor and the role of CIL considering that CILs are not obligated to report violations to the CNIL (Data Protection Authority), rather a mere possibility.


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