DPR GROUP / REPRESENTATIVE OBLIGATION SUMMARY
- ENGLISH LANGUAGE (USA, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, INDIA, S. AFRICA, NZ)
DPR Group flyer, explaining in summary the basics of the Data Protection Representative obligation under Article 27 of GDPR, and how DPR Group meets that obligation for its clients. Please see our 'Global' page for alternate language versions.
Guidance issued by the EDPB in November 2018 ("Guidelines 3/2018 on the territorial scope of the GDPR"), including details of what a data controller should look for in their EU Representative, especially in respect of geographical location(s) in the EU.
The IAPP is the leading professional body globally for privacy and data protection.
As a Corporate Member of IAPP, DPR Group is ideally placed to ensure we provide the most relevant service to our clients, and help form the global approach to the EU Representative obligation.
An article by Dr Jana Moser, Data Privacy Lawyer of DataReality in Germany, setting out her interpretation of Article 27 of GDPR (04/08/2017, English)
The material produced by the UK Information Commissioner's Office is quite helpful in understanding the obligations on data controllers and data processors under GDPR (English)
The Dutch Data Protection Act 2016 - since 2016, Article 4 § 3 requires that data processors and controllers outside of the Netherlands, who make use of equipment in the Netherlands, must have a Data Protection Representative in that country (English)