Tag Archives: CNIL

CNIL Issues Record-Keeping Guidance

Under GDPR, companies are required to keep certain records of their processing activities. There has been some question about the types of records controllers should keep. To help clarify the questions arising from many companies, CNIL issued guidance recently about how to fulfill record keeping obligations. The guidance includes an RPA template for controllers, and outlines contents to … Continue Reading

French Regulator Says “Oui” to GDPR Fines for Under-Protected and Over-Retained Data

CNIL, the French data privacy regulator, issued a 400,000 euro ($448,358) fine against a company for GDPR violations stemming from sensitive information collected on its website. Investigating a complaint, CNIL discovered that the online real estate company Sergic allowed customer information to be freely accessed online and kept that information longer than needed. By editing … Continue Reading

France Imposes Fine for Unauthorized Use of Fingerprint Timeclocks

French data protection authority CNIL has issued a fine against company Assistance Centre d’Appel related to the use of biometric technology in the workplace. During an audit at the end of 2016, CNIL found that the company was using fingerprint timeclocks to track employee hours without prior authorization from CNIL as required by the French … Continue Reading
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