12th Feb 2020
Alexandros Georgiades and Ioanna Sapidou are the authors of ‘Cypriot implementation of the GDPR’, an article reproduced from Thomson Reuters with the permission of the publishers, that discusses the requirements of Cyprus’s Law Providing for the Protection of Natural Persons with Regard to the Processing of Personal Data and for the Free Movement of Such Data of 2018 (Law No. 125(1)/2018), which implements the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The applicability of Cypriot data protection law and key provisions that differ from the GDPR’s requirements are outlined, such as limitations on data subjects’ rights and processing rules for special categories of personal data, criminal conviction and offense data, national identification numbers, and data used for archiving purposes or scientific or historical research.
The full article is available to read here.
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