- Connected Vehicles and GDPR—a status update after the public consultation
- Who is concerned by the Guidelines?
- What are connected vehicles and mobility-related applications?
- What is the scope of the Guidelines?
- What categories of data may be processed?
- Is consent the only valid legal ground to process data in connected vehicles?
- When and how must information be provided to the data subject?
- How to allow the data subject to exercise his/her rights?
- Where should personal data be stored?
- What specific security measures should be implemented?
- Must a DPIA be carried out?
TMT analysis: Bastiaan Bruyndonckx, Olivia Santantonio and Pauline Hellemans of Lydian discuss the key points of interest highlighted in the now closed public consultation regarding the European Data Protection Board’s draft guidelines on the processing of personal data in the context of connected vehicles and mobility-related applications.
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