Data Transfer Agreement Controller To Controller

16. september 2021 Slået fra Af Patrick

The legal basis for transfers must be explicitly stated. This should include the reference to ongoing direct and indirect transfers (if any) and the legal basis for onward transfers. The specific commitments of the GDPR processor are listed below, which should be reflected in the agreement between the controller and the processor (or.dem subcontractor and subcontractor). 1) Scope, definitions and applicable law. This DSG only applies to the extent that you receive personal data from Twitter in the European Economic Area, the United Kingdom and Switzerland (“Twitter European Data”). The terms and expressions used therein that are not defined elsewhere, including “personal data”, “controller”, “processing” and “processor”, have the meanings defined in the data protection laws, regulations and decisions applicable to any part of that authority (“Applicable Data Protection Law”). For Twitter European Data, the applicable data protection legislation includes EU Directive 95/46/EC and the General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679), as well as all implementing laws. Where a transfer contract is performed separately from the main contract, the interaction with the main contract must be carefully weighed. If provisions that were normally included in a separate transfer contract are indeed included in the main contract, the broader provisions of the main contract must also be taken into account. The personal data transmitted relate to the categories of data subjects: “data protection legislation”: any applicable data protection legislation, including the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and all national laws, regulations and legislation applicable in the European Union (and the United Kingdom, if it is no longer part of the European Union) with regard to the processing of personal data and the protection of electronic communications, amended, replaced or updated, including, but not limited to, the Directive on data protection in electronic communications (2002/58/EC) and the Regulation on data protection and electronic communications (EC Directive) 2003 (SI 2003/2426). . . .