Data Protection & Privacy
Advancing technologies and changes in government regulation mean that it is important to keep up-to-date. Digital transformation leads to growth in data that is registered, processed and shared. Today's almost limitless possibilities enable companies to collect, store and use sensitive information about individuals. Most major businesses handle personal data in a manner that implies requirements for internal policies, agreements, guidelines and web sites. Digitization also means that companies are increasingly exchanging data with foreign companies, either as supplier or as customer, in a corporate relationship, or in connection with transactions. This raises issues related to the rules on processing and transfer of personal data.
Our expert team is accomplished at advising businesses on the very latest legal developments. We advise clients on data protection compliance and issues related to the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We develop robust control and security routines, consent mechanisms, privacy policies and agreements. We consider license and notification duties as well as requirements for data protection officer. Furthermore, we provide advice on all forms of dialogue and disputes with the authorities. We have extensive experience with cross-border transfer of personal data, both within corporations or in connection with outsourcing and cloud services. We assist with data processing agreements based on EU model contracts and binding corporate rules (BCR).
Many of our lawyers have contributed to the Norwegian section of "Getting the Deal Through: e-Commerce 2020". The article deals with e-commerce, online marketing, privacy, domains and tax/VAT issues related to digital services.
Accreditation: Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Lexology Getting the Deal Through – e-Commerce 2020 (Published: August 2019).
Our services include
- Fintech, Biotech, Proptech, Adtech, Medtech, Insurtech, Edtech, Cleantech/Greentech
- Compliance and risk assessments
- Data processing agreements
- Privacy and cookie policies
- Data protection officer
- Licenses from and notifications to the authorities
- Consent mechanisms
- Guidelines for employees concerning use of smartphones/email/social media
- Access to email, chain of custody and eDiscovery
- Privacy clauses in employment agreements
- Cloud computing, outsourcing and use of sub-processors
- Privacy clauses in IT contracts
- Cross-border of personal data (EU's Model Clause, Binding Corporate Rules (BCR)