The Norwegian data protection authority, Datatilsynet, announced the standard data-processing agreement adopted by Denmark's DPA can also be used within Norway. The Danish DPA submitted the agreement to the European Data Protection Board. Since it was approved by the EDPB, the Norwegian DPA declared organizations within the country can adopt it, as well. Norway's DPA states it is not optional to adopt the Danish agreement; however, it must have an agreement in place that complies with the country's Personal Data Act. (Original article is in Norwegian.)
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