Lawyer Data Protection Law Frankfurt

Data protection law regulates the handling of personal data in order to protect the privacy and rights of individuals. It defines how organizations and companies may collect, store, process and disclose personal data. Some examples of typical aspects of data protection law and related examples are listed below.

Data collection and consent

Companies must obtain the consent of data subjects before collecting or processing their personal data.

Example: A website that asks users for consent before using their email addresses for marketing purposes.

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Lawyer Data Protection Law Frankfurt

Data protection

Organizations are required to take appropriate security measures to protect personal data from unauthorized access, loss or theft.

Example: A company uses encryption technologies and firewalls to ensure the security of its databases.

Right of access and correction

Individuals have the right to access their own personal data and correct it if it is inaccurate.

Example: A user requests a copy of the data stored about them from an online service and corrects their address.

Data transferability

Individuals have the right to transfer their personal data from one service provider to another.

Example: A customer wishes to transfer their account activity and history from one bank to another.

Duty to report data breaches

Companies must report any data protection breaches to the supervisory authorities and data subjects. In Hesse, this would be the Hessian Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information.

Example: A company informs its customers about a security breach in which their personal data has been compromised.

International data transfer

Data protection law regulates the transfer of personal data across international borders and specifies the conditions under which this is permitted.

Example: A company in the EU must ensure that it takes appropriate security precautions when transferring personal data to a service provider outside the EU.

These examples show how diverse data protection law is and how it serves to protect the privacy and rights of individuals.

I offer you preventive legal advice on creating a data protection-compliant working environment, including the following services in particular:

Implementation of a data protection management system
Reviewing and, if necessary, adapting the existing data protection management system
Constant updating of data protection standards in accordance with the current legal situation
Appointment as an external data protection officer.

But even if a data protection problem only arises later, I will be happy to help you. Do you have a data protection concern or are you at risk of being sued for a data protection breach? Or are you worried about measures being taken by the relevant data protection supervisory authority?

Feel free to contact me, I will be happy to assist you with any data protection issues!

Do you feel that the protection of your personal data is at risk?
Do you need a lawyer for data protection law in Frankfurt?

Strong, transparent and
competently at your side.

As a lawyer for data protection law in Frankfurt, it is my job to ensure that companies and individuals comply with the legal requirements and regulations with regard to the protection of privacy and personal data in accordance with the provisions of data protection law.

I will be happy to advise you in Frankfurt, by telephone or by video conference.


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