Germany’s Bundesbeauftragte für den Datenschutz und die Informationsfreiheit published the Federal Data Protection Act to adapt GDPR. Germany provided some extensive guidance on GDPR here. Germany also publishes the standard data protection model, SDPM, in English on its site. Also available from the site are guidance materials about GDPR from the German Data Protection Conference, Datenschutzkonferenz or DSK:

  1. List Of Processing Activities
  2. Supervisory Powers / Sanctions
  3. Data Processing Of Personal Data For Advertising:
  4. Data Transmission To Third Countries:
  5. Privacy Impact Assessment:
  6. Right To Information Of Data Subjects, Article 15 DS-GVO
  7. Market Place Principle: Regulations For Non-European Companies
  8. Action Plan “DS-GVO” For Companies
  9. Certification According To Art. 42 DS-GVO
  10. Duty To Provide Information In Third-Party And Direct Collection
  11. Right To Cancellation / “Right To Be Forgotten”
  12. Data Protection Officer For Responsible Persons And Order Processors
  13. Employee Data Protection
  14. Video Surveillance
  15. Order Processing, Art. 28 GDPR
  16. Joint Data Controller, Art. 26 GDPR
  17. Special Categories Of Personal Data

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