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Daily Dashboard | CNIL releases guidance on data sharing Related reading: Perspective: The CCPA needs clarity; here's how

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France's data protection authority, the CNIL, has released guidance on the standards organizations must meet to share information with business partners and data brokers, with a focus on compliance under the EU General Data Protection Regulation, according to a post from Hunton Andrews Kurth's Privacy & Information Security Law Blog. The CNIL guidance states companies that share data with these parties must first obtain consent from the data subject before any information is passed along, identify the third parties that will receive the data, and inform data subjects should the list of entities that will obtain the data change.
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  • comment Sergej Katus • Jan 4, 2019
    Good or bad guidance? Currently I am dealing with a case as a DPO in which 6.1b and 6.4 GDPR facilitate data sharing without consent, taking recital 50 into account as well.
  • comment John Pilch • Jan 4, 2019
    Please note that this applies only to electronic prospecting, not to all processing of personal data. I think the lack of clarity in the summary will cause some concern among practitioners. I was worried that I would need to document and maintain consent in order to keep tax records of employees. That would not have been good guidance. :-)