Tag Archives: data protection

Poland’s Draft GDPR Implementation Law – Where Are We At?

On 15 January 2018, the Ministry of Digital Affairs (Ministry) held a conference to summarize the outcome of a public consultation on Poland’s draft GDPR implementation law. The consultation invited all citizens and entrepreneurs to express their opinion on the draft law on the protection of personal data, which was released by the Ministry on … Continue Reading

Criminal Record Check for Persons Applying for Employment in the Entities of the Financial Sector – the Draft Legislation (Poland)

At the end of August 2017, legislative work has started to set out principles of checking clean criminal records of applicants for employment in the entities of the financial sector. A list of entities that will benefit from the law covers, inter alia, banks, international financial institutions, insurers, the Polish Export Credit Agency (KUKE), insurance … Continue Reading

Preliminary Draft of the New Personal Data Protection Act in Poland

On 28 March 2017, the Ministry of Digital Affairs (the “Ministry”) presented a preliminary draft of some of the provisions of the new Personal Data Protection Act. The remaining part of the Act that is not included in the presented project – which concerns regulations on the new data protection authority’s system position, transitional rules, … Continue Reading