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Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale was founded in 2001 by partners Manuela Cavallo and Francesco Portolano. The firm’s activity is mainly focused on the corporate/M&A sector and the media industry.
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Articoli contrassegnati con “Privacy”

Feb 6

Developments in data protection in 2012 and trends for 2013

2012 was a very busy year for Italian lawmakers.  Several laws significantly amended the Italian data protection legal framework, as set forth in the Italian Data Protection Code (Legislative Decree No. 196/2003). It is, however, questionable whether these changes genuinely succeeded in achieving their main objective: reducing the administrative burdens on enterprises processing personal data…. continua

Articolo inserito in: Internet, E-Commerce
Nov 2

New Italian Rules on Transfers of Call Centers Outside Italy

On August 7, 2012, the Italian Parliament approved Law no. 134 which converted into law Decree no. 83/2012, of June 22, 2012, on certain urgent measures to foster the economic growth of Italy, which, among others, introduced new rules in connection with transfers outside Italy of call centers which employ at least 20 workers (“Law”)…. continua

Articolo inserito in: Technologies
Oct 9

Guidelines From the Italian Data Protection Authority on Personal Data Breaches in the Electronic Communications Sector

Introduction By virtue of the implementation in Italy of the e-Privacy Directive 2009/136/EC (which amended Directive 2002/58/EC) (“e-Privacy Directive”) on May 28, 2012,[i] providers of publicly available electronic communications services are now subject to strict requirements to deal with personal data breaches. In line with the e-Privacy Directive, the Italian Data Protection Code (Legislative Decree… continua

Articolo inserito in: Technologies
Sep 17

Is it lawful to remotely monitor employees’ work activities through the use of surveillance systems?

Italian legal framework The acquisition and use of personal data from workplace surveillance systems is currently unregulated in Italy. Article 134 of Legislative Decree no. 196 (June 30, 2003), “Personal data protection Code” (hereinafter, “Privacy Code”) states only that the Data Protection Authority (hereinafter, “the Authority”) supports the introduction of a code of professional conduct… continua

Articolo inserito in: Labour and Employment
Aug 3

Could ISPs be Forced to Take Action to Guarantee Individual’s “Right to be Forgotten”?
From the “Right to be Let Alone” to Control over Personal Data

In recent years technological innovations and the expanding range of services available on the internet have conjured up an every-increasing variety of new issues for data protection. While social networks allow personal data to be continuously shared, a simple search on a search engine may produce a lot of information concerning an individual’s present and… continua

Articolo inserito in: Internet, E-Commerce, Start up