“Identification by videoconference, one more step to digitization”, article by María González, IT & Privacy senior associate at ECIJA, for Consejo General de la Abogacía. Access here to full article.
After the sentence of the European Union Court of Justice C-362/2014 of 6th October 2015 that invalidated the Safe Harbor Protocol related to international data transfers between Europe and the United States, data controllers should proceed to regularize data transfers usually carried out under this Protocol, as the Spanish Data Protection Agency is notifying in […]
‘Spain: Did the “Google Tax” really change the market?’, by Míchel Olmedo, associate of Digital Economy at ECIJA. As Eleonora Rosati explained last December and I further discussed a few weeks ago, Google ceased offering “Google News” in Spain three months ago today, following a controversial amendment to the Spanish Intellectual Property Act 1/1996, adding to its text a new provision regulating the […]
‘Spain’s new IP reforms lead to the exit of Google News’, in this report Alejandro Touriño, Information Technology partner at ECIJA, shares his views on the Google News case in Spain. Google shut down its Spanish Google News service on 16 December, in a move that anticipated the coming into force, on 1 January 2015, of reforms to Spain’s Copyright […]