#French #CNIL issues 250K euro #GDPR #fine against retailer Spartoo for #violations of the EU #privacy #Regulation. The company violated GDPR principles on #dataminimization and #retentionperiods while failing to meet obligations to ensure #datasecurity and inform individuals. https://t.co/KVU6zVsTqC
07 Aug 2020
Mount #Rushmore version 2.0? #TheBeatles #humor https://t.co/imG5legwf7
25 Jul 2020
#CJEU highlighted that it is the responsibility of the data exporter and the data importer to assess whether the level of protection required by EU law is respected in the third country in order to determine if the guarantees provided by the SCCs or the BCRs can be complied with. https://t.co/n0e615tG9R
24 Jul 2020
#ECJ invalidates Decision 2016/1250 on the #adequacy of the protection provided by the EU-US #PrivacyShield. Standard Contractual Clauses #SCC for transferring #PersonalData remain #valid, however you must study the #privacy law of the third country #GDPR #FISA #StopUsingUScloud? https://t.co/zv77vdJxaJ
19 Jul 2020
#ECJ invalidates Decision 2016/1250 on the #adequacy of the protection provided by the EU-US Data Protection Shield. Commission Decision 2010/87 on Standard Contractual Clauses (#SCC) for transferring #PersonalData to processors based in third countries is valid. #GDPR #privacy https://t.co/tjtdWZkyN8
16 Jul 2020
LTF viewerFound a very old tool that works flawless opening very large text files >1GB that Notepad++ can not handle. Sadly the website http://swiftgear.com and download site are stopped so the donation option also is not available anymore.
LTF Viewer was developed by Tie-Qi Chen. It was designed for viewing and searching large (>1GB) text files (with either Unicode or regular ANSI character set). It uses little memory and is able to open a gigabyte file instantly.
LTF viewer works with Windows 10 and must be downloaded from the internet archives. Features Screenshots Download
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