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Running sweepstakes on Facebook & Co. in Germany –  risks and side effects

Running sweepstakes on Facebook & Co. in Germany – risks and side effects

When running sweepstakes and other promotion activities on Facebook or Twitter it is essential to be aware of local law pitfalls arising in connection with terms and conditions. Guidelines issued by Facebook & Co. in regard to the realization of promotion activities (e.g. the “Facebook Pages Terms”) do not cover ... Read More »

Processing of Personal Data (Education Sector) Regulations (L.N. 19 of 2015)

Processing of Personal Data (Education Sector) Regulations (L.N. 19 of 2015)

Processing of personal data in relation to students, parents and legal guardians by educational institutions such as licensed schools, is permitted for administration, daily operation and providing necessary educational services under the Education Act. Personal data processing is also permitted for academic progress monitoring and organization of extra-curricular activities as ... Read More »

No co-determination for dummy cameras

No co-determination for dummy cameras

(Higher Labor Court of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, decision dated November 12, 2014 – 3 TaBV 5/14) If an employer plans to monitor the behavior or performance of employees by introducing or using technical systems that are designed or at least suitable for such purposes, the Works Council is entitled to an ... Read More »

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