DATA PROTECTION

What is an EU data protection representative and who needs him?

Since May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in force in the European Union. Nowadays, companies offering goods or services in the EU and / or collecting or processing EU citizens' data must comply with EU data protection law. It is absolutely advisable to observe the new EU data protection law, otherwise high punishment is imminent. We strongly recommend that you comply with the new EU data protection law, as violations can result in severe penalties.
We have summarized some questions and answers about the EU Data Protection Representative for you.

Mandatory for affected companies: Data Protection Representative in the EU

As a company that must comply with EU data protection law, you need in particular a Data Protection Representative in the EU.
With our offer at a fixed price, you have the necessary Data Protection Representative in the EU according to Art. 27 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Your advantages:
We are the point of contact for supervisory authorities and data subjects for inquiries in connection with ensuring compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

You can list ADVOVOX in your privacy policy and elsewhere as a Data Protection Representative in the EU.

Requests by letter or e-mail to your Data Protection Representative will be forwarded to you, for example if an affected person requests information about your data processed.

Do you have any questions about whether your business processes are compliant with data protection? Swiss and German lawyers advise you

Do you have further questions about what you need to do to make your business processes EU-compliant?

We work closely together with the Swiss lawyers from Good & Partner (www.goodpartner.ch) and can therefore provide you with competent advice on site.
Our specialists are happy to assist you.

Budget EUR 100.00 annually
  • German Law Firm as EU Data Protection Representative
  • Contact point for all inquiries about data protection
  • E-mail address
  • Mailing address
  • Forwarding of inquiries 1 per year incl.(each additional 70 EUR)

  • 12 months contract term
Basic EUR 200.00 annually
  • German Law Firm as EU Data Protection Representative
  • Contact point for all inquiries about data protection
  • E-mail address
  • Mailing address
  • Forwarding of inquiries 3 per year incl.(each additional 50 EUR)

  • 12 months contract term
Premium EUR 500.00 annually
  • German Law Firm as EU Data Protection Representative
  • Contact point for all inquiries about data protection
  • E-mail address
  • Mailing address
  • Forwarding of inquiries 15 per year incl.(each additional 30 EUR)

  • 12 months contract term

DSGVO-ADVICES

What is meant by the GDPR?

GDPR is the abbreviation for the General Data Protection Regulation. This will make data protection in the European Union unified but also more intensified.
This regulation focuses on the right of individuals to protect their personal data.

Is the GDPR relevant for countries outside the EU?

Yes, because according to Art. 3 GDPR, not only companies based in the EU must comply with the General Data Protection Regulation, but also all companies outside the EU that offer their services or goods in the EU.

What are the consequences of non-compliance with the GDPR?

Violations of the GDPR can be punished with maximum penalties of up to € 20 million or up to four percent of worldwide turnover, whichever is higher. The supervisory authorities can investigate the companies concerned and request relevant information. The supervisory authorities must ensure that the sanctions are effective, proportionate and dissuasive in each individual case.
Furthermore, due to data protection violations, warnings can be issued, for example, from consumer protection associations or the parties concerned. Last but not least, companies can also be obliged to comply with the GDPR on the basis of bilateral agreements, which can lead to claims for damages or contractual penalties in the event of non-compliance.

What is an EU Data Protection representative?

Companies that are established outside the EU but operate in the EU must, in accordance with Art. 27 (1) GDPR, designate in writing an EU Data Protection Representative.
In accordance with Art. 27 (4) GDPR, the EU Data Protection Representative serves, in particular, supervisory authorities or data subjects as the point of contact for all requests in connection with the GDPR, either in addition to or instead of the person responsible.

Who can be EU Data Protection Representative?

The EU Data Protection Representative must be established in an EU member state in accordance with Art. 27 (3) GDPR. EU Data Protection Representative can be both a natural and a legal person.
The designation of the EU Data Protection Representative must be made in writing in accordance with Art. 27 (1) GDPR.

To what extent is the EU Data Protection Representative liable for compliance with the GDPR?

With the appointment of an EU data protection representative, the liability of the represented company does not become invalid. According to Article 27 (5) of the GDPR, the represented companies themselves bear the responsibility for compliance with the GDPR.

Where should the information about the EU Data Protection Representative be involved?

The EU Data Protection Representative must be named in your privacy policy.

Is the EU Data Protection Representative also responsible for legal advice?

No, the EU Data Protection Representative is just one additional contact point for inquiries within the EU. Of course, if you would like to seek legal advice, you are welcome to assign us separately. We are glad to support you!

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