REPORT ON ACTIVITIES PERFORMED BY THE CROATIAN PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION AGENCY IN THE PERIOD JANUARY –  JUNE 2016

Croatian Personal Data Protection Agency (in further text: Agency) is managing a range of activities, such as educational sessions and events that have an aim to raise and strengthen public awareness on the importance of personal data and privacy protection. Thus, there were ten educational campaigns for data controllers and personal data protection officials, as well as 59 educational sessions for primary school pupils realised by the Agency in the period January-June 2016. In addition, it was also organised a festive event on the occasion of the 1... more

European Data Protection Day 2016

As every year, Croatian Personal Data Protection Agency celebrated European Data Protection Day, also known as the Privacy Day through a numerous activities, such as: educations for citizens, Open Day, conferences that have a program to publicly present the scope of its activity and also to point out the dangers and consequences of misuse of personal data and specify concrete examples, advices and instructions. This year there was organised a special event in cooperation with following partners: the City Theatre Comedy, General Police Directorate -... more
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Press Release: EU Institutions have reached a consensus on the new EU data protection package based on the outcome of the trilogue held on December 15th

EU Institutions have reached a consensus on the new EU data protection package based on the outcome of the trilogue held on December 15th 2015 Last Friday, the LIBE Committee, the COREPER and the European Commission reached an agreement on the EU Data Protection Reform. This represents one of the last steps towards the final adoption of these texts. Since the beginning of the discussions on this reform package, the Article 29 WorkingParty (WP29) has been contributing to ensure a unified and high level of... more

RESUME OF THE DECISION OF THE CROATIAN DATA PROTECTION AGENCY (legal and factual arguments)

Croatian DPA (in further text: DPA) based its decision on the provisions of the Act on Prevention of the Conflict of Interest, Article 8, where it is clearly stated which personal data of the government officials are public and can be published without the consent of the government officials. (Art. 8 para. 10)  Croatian DPA did not prohibit the collection of data, nor imposed any hiding of personal data, but it has only ordered the removal from the Internet of the data which are not prescribed to... more

STATEMENT OF THE CROATIAN DATA PROTECTION AGENCY WITH REGARD TO THE LETTER TO EC IN BRUSSELS

STATEMENT OF THE CROATIAN DATA PROTECTION AGENCY WITH REGARD TO THE LETTER TO EC IN BRUSSELS Croatian DPA, (in further text: DPA) faced with a media lynch that followed after the Conflict of the Interest Board in Croatia removed from its website the property cards of the government officials, has tried, using reasonable and legal arguments - to send a message to the general public about a completely false presentation of its decision and has also denied unfounded and unverified facts imputed to the DPA,... more

10 YEARS OF PRIVACY

10 years of the Croatian Personal Data Protection Agency marked by condemnation of hate speech on internet The Conference organized by the Croatian DPA held on 7th May 2014 in the Croatian Parliament in the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Agency warned of one negative and extremely dangerous trend which is the speech of hate on internet. Referring to that problem, Deputy Director of the Croatian DPA Mrs. Dubravka Dolenc pointed out that it is unacceptable to wrap in the freedom of speech something that... more
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