Article 29 Working Party issues new guidance on data processing at work


Written on 27 September 2017

Article 29 Working Party issues new guidance on data processing at work
Shortly before the summer break, the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party (WP29) issued an opinion 2/2017 on data processing at work (the Opinion).

The Opinion is an update/restatement of the WP29’s previous opinions (WP48 and WP55). The WP29 continues to push for a broad interpretation of “employment”, as covering not only employment contracts but also agreements with contractors and freelancers, etc.

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