GDPR compliance challenges tackled by extended guidelines have been recently brought to the table by EDBP.
The European Commission has recently launched its latest socio-economic initiative that would legally manage migration from several third countries, intending to better frame the external dimension of the EU migration policy.
The European Commission plans to introduce a new digital ID and has undertaken concrete actions to set a reliable legislative context that would allow the creation of an app containing the digital version of the identity card of each European citizen.
The European Parliament and Council negotiators have recently reached a preliminary deal for the EU Covid certificate that would facilitate free movement in Europe during the pandemic.
The Ministry of Labor and Social Protection has proposed a draft order which aims at ensuring the application of equal treatment of men and women.
On 13 April 2021, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has released two opinions on the European Commission Draft Implementing Decisions on the adequate protection of personal data in the United Kingdom.
The Commission has recently launched a legislative initiative on improving the working conditions of platform workers which will support the implementation of principles contained in the European Pillar of Social Rights.
The European Data Protection Board has recently adopted supplementary Guidelines on how controllers should handle data breaches.
On January 21, 2021, the European Parliament has requested the Commission to come up with a law that would expressly envisage workers’ right to disconnect.
Over 40 European start-ups and small businesses will receive equity financing of around EUR 178 million through the European Innovation Council (EIC).