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The new podcast series on IT Law by Prof. Hoeren deals with legal pitfalls concerning IT ventures in general. Issues to be discussed inter alia are the legal protection of product ideas and legal questions on the development and the distribution of software.

Podcast: Stop the finde roulette

The European Data Protection Board (EDSA) has published long-awaited guidelines to help national supervisory authorities impose uniform fines for data protection breaches. The background to these guidelines is the wide scope that the GDPR gives supervisory authorities in imposing fines. This can lead to large differences in the possible level of fines. In this episode… Read more »

Podcast: DMA and DSA – EU institutions agree on “digital constitution”

After politically contentious negotiations, the EU Parliament and the EU Council of Ministers agreed on final versions of the Digital Markets Act (DMA) and the Digital Services Act (DSA) in March and April 2022. The DMA is intended to regulate large online platforms and open them up to competition. The DSA serves, among other things,… Read more »

J!Cast: Is the right of access under the GDPR unlimited?

In this new episode of the ITM Podcast, research assistants Owen Mc Grath and Nicolas John talk about the right of access for data subjects as set out in Article 15 of the GDPR and the possibility for data controllers to restrict or refuse access. With the help of the central data subject right of… Read more »

Podcast: Privacy law and videoconferencing

  In this new podcast, Maximilian Wellmann and Nicolas John (ITM research assistants) talk about the data protection requirements for the controller when selecting, setting up and using video conferencing tools. Because at the latest since the Corona crisis, many companies have had to switch their communication to digital channels. In doing so, data protection… Read more »

Podcast: Discrimination by algorithmic systems

This new podcast in the ITM series J!Cast deals with discrimination by algorithmic systems. Johannes Kevekordes (research assistant) of the BMBF-funded project GOAL (Governance of/ by Algorithms) is interviewed by Matthias Haag. The podcast gives an overview of the problems of discrimination by algorithms. Further information on GOAL can be found on the GOAL website… Read more »