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Europe Data Protection Digest | CNIL urges regulating insurance companies' collection, use of health data; fines software developer Related reading: South Korea, UK finalize adequacy decision

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  • In response to "numerous complaints," France’s data protection authority, the Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés, recommended adopting a law concerning the collection and use of health data by health insurance organizations. The CNIL called for a law "to guarantee the privacy of individuals and ensure the legal security of health professionals and mutual insurance companies." The CNIL also adopted two standards that simplify procedures for data processing by pharmaceutical companies.
  • France’s data protection authority, the Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés, fined software developer Discord 800,000 euros for failing to comply with EU General Data Protection Regulation requirements on data retention periods and personal data security. The CNIL said it took into account Discord's efforts to reach compliance throughout its investigation and the "fact that its business model is not based on the exploitation of personal data" when deciding the amount of the fine.
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