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Data Protection when Working from Home

Due to the coronavirus pandemic and the “stay at home” guidance that most governments around the world are issuing towards their residents wherever possible, a record number of people started working from home.

Nowadays technology makes it possible to perform a lot of jobs from a distance – however, it is important to remember that data protection principles need to be followed even if your office is currently located in your living room!

Therefore, in order to ensure compliance with the GDPR standards, it is important to keep in mind the following rules, when working from home:

Kaja Kazmierska

Spark Legal Network, 06/04/2020

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