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France’s CNIL Publishes New Guidance on Cookies

The guidance provides general requirements for obtaining valid consent and details conditions under which audience management cookies may be exempt. By Myria Saarinen and Camille Dorval On 4 July 2019, one day after the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published new guidance on cookies, the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) released its own new guidance … Continue Reading

What Companies Can Learn From CNIL’s Privacy Consent Cases on Targeted Marketing … in 60 Seconds

The closure of four cases involving targeted advertising provides lessons for navigating compliance standards under the GDPR. By Myria Saarinen and Elise Auvray Four French advertising technology companies that received a warning in 2018 from the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) have all implemented the regulator’s required changes. The recent closure of the cases highlights … Continue Reading

CNIL Offers Guidance on Aligning Cloud Services with Data Protection Requirements

The French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) has issued a working document setting out its recommendations to companies contemplating the use of cloud computing services. This is in part the result of a public consultation carried out by the CNIL from October to December 2011. The guidance includes a checklist applicable to both private and public … Continue Reading
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