New interpretative circulars from Sernac on the processing of personal data

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Recently, the National Consumer Service (Sernac) issued two guidelines with relevant provisions regarding the processing of personal data.

I Interpretative Guideline on fairness criteria contained in standard form agreements referring to the collection and processing of personal data.

Sernac proposed the control and supervision of the clauses and stipulations contained in standard form agreements normally contained in “privacy policies” and “terms and conditions”, formulas that normally offers a wide array of clauses that deal with the processing of consumers’ personal data.

In this context, Sernac proposes five interpretative criteria. The first one refers to a form control, and the remaining ones to various “abusive clauses” that are usually contained in these policies. These are:

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