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Principles of the EU General Regulations for the Protection of Personal Data (GDPR): Problems and Perspectives for Implementation

By Aleksei Yu. Churilov


The paper discusses the fundamental principles of personal data processing enshrined in EU Regulation No. 2016/679: legality, fairness, and transparency; purpose limitation; data minimization; accuracy; storage limitation; integrity and confidentiality; responsibility (accountability). The need to study and implement the requirements outlined in the regulations is related to the extraterritorial nature of its operation and the potential possibility of extending its operation to Russian companies providing services and selling goods in the European Union countries. The Author gives comments regarding each principle on the difficulties of implementation and recommendations on their application, as well as some critical comments. The Author covers the disclosure of each of the principles in other articles of the Regulations and demonstrates the interaction of these principles with each other

Topics: personal data, European Union, principles, personal data processing, legal regulation, Law, K
Publisher: Omsk Law Academy
Year: 2019
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