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Data Protection Leader
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Volume: 14 Issue: 8
(January 2012)

Keywords:
supervisory authority annual report employee monitoring cctv consent

Authors:
holger lutz tobias born

Organisations:
baker mckenzie

Jurisdictions:
germany

Germany: Schleswig-Holstein ULD's 2015-2016 annual report: key takes

Annual reports issued by data protection authorities (‘DPAs’) offer valuable insights into DPAs’ activities and provide for important guidance for data protection professionals. On 4 July 2017, the Schleswig-Holstein State Commissioner for Data Protection (‘ULD’) published its annual report for the years 2015 and 20161 (‘the Report’). Holger Lutz and Tobias Born, Partner and Associate at Baker McKenzie respectively, discuss the significance of DPAs’ annual reports and express their takes on the most relevant aspects of the Report.

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