The recent publication of France’s Data Protection Authority, the CNIL’s “annual inspection program” promised a particular focus on “contactless payments, Binding Corporate Rules and wellness and health devices and services,” Data Guidance reports. “CNIL is likely to be interested in the type of data that is being collected through contactless payments systems and whether the collection of that data is proportionate,” Pinsent Mason’s Annabelle Richards explains in an Out-Law.com report. And Hunton & Williams’ Privacy and Information Security Law Blog reports the CNIL looks to inspect 550 organizations in 2015. Meanwhile, in Italy, the Garante’s new cookie policies came into effect this week, Telecompaper reports.
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