Privacy and GDPR

In today’s digital economy, personal data is an important asset as data is increasingly collected, analysed and shared. Businesses must ensure that their activities and the way they handle personal data is in compliance with personal privacy legislation. EU’s Privacy Policy - the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - will come into effect this year and will force companies to take action and start meeting legal demands.
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Ræder regularly advises clients across sectors on legal aspects relating to personal data and information security. Privacy matters are particularly relevant for companies collecting, storing and using customer data, for direct marketing through digital channels, delivering services over the internet, in the development of apps and in new business models. The legal framework however also affects how businesses store and accesses employees personal data. Not only do we advise on strategy, we regularly also assist clients, build and strengthen their compliance programmes.

Our experts work closely with our adjoining practice areas, for clients in the technology sector on privacy issues. We advise clients on how to take appropriate measures in order to legally store private customer data, and on transmitting customer and employees data across national borders. We regularly advise clients on privacy statements, develop terms of use/ conditions for loyalty programmes, websites, software and marketing campaigns.

Ræder’s attorneys have extensive experience with notifications and license applications to the Norwegian Data Protection Authority, and appeal hearings before the Privacy Appeals Board.

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