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Recent articles

01.08.2020
The VDMA accompanies and supports its members on their way to Industrie 4.0. Here you will find an overview of the current publications on the subject.
20.07.2020
In its ruling of 16.07.2020, the European Court of Justice (ECJ, Case C-311/18) declared the "Privacy Shield" data protection agreement between the EU and the USA invalid.
24.06.2020
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now two years old. How was it applied? Does the transfer of data to third countries and international organisations work? And what about the cooperation and coordination of supervisory authorities?
19.06.2020
The State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information in Rhineland-Palatinate published sample data protection declarations for Facebook and Twitter at the end of April.
19.06.2020
Many members of the VDMA use their company website in a variety of ways, for example as a presentation opportunity for their own company and products, contact generation, etc. Cookies are often used for this purpose, e.g. for advertising or market research.
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Publications

1. Edition 2018. This publication has been produced by the VDMA working group on Intellectual Property and is intended to be used as a template.
Ein Leitfaden für den Umgang mit personenbezogenen Daten im Unternehmen. Datenschutz bedeutet in diesem Zusammenhang auch, sich aktiv mit anstehenden Veränderungen zu befassen. Gerade Industrie 4.0 bedeutet, von Anfang an eine datenschutzrechtliche Sensibilität in jedes Projekt einfließen zu lassen.
How to treat personal data on a corporate level. An intrinsic factor of Industrie 4.0 is that data-protection aspects have to be implemented in each project right from the start. The present gide is therefore meant to outline the fundamentals of data protection and provide the companies with a useful tool to cope with the protection of personal data in their own companies.
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Recent videos

23.10.2019
Der VDMA kritisiert den Bericht der Datenethikkommission der Bundesregierung in einigen Punkten. Das Papier erkennt zwar die Chancen des Einsatzes von algorithmischen Systemen zur Stärkung der digitalen Souveränität in Deutschland. Jedoch sieht der VDMA im Bericht der Datenethikkommission zu viele Regulierungen.