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New French law “Informatique et Libertés” of August 7th, 2018
The new law “Informatique et Libertés” allows the effective application of the European texts, which represent a major progress for the protection of the personal data of the citizens and the legal security of the economic actors.
- In particular, it provides the CNIL with the necessary powers to carry out its missions, in a context marked by the recognition of new rights for citizens and the strengthening of operators’ liability.
- It organizes the necessary articulation of the CNIL’s internal procedures with the new European cooperation mechanisms.
- It exercises some of the “national margins of maneuver” authorized by the GDPR, transposes the Police-Justice Directive into French law and amends certain of its provisions to bring them closer to the letter of the GDPR.
A good understanding of the legal framework implies combining from now on the two levels, European and national. The GDPR applies directly in French law: it replaces on many points (rights of persons, legal bases of the treatments, security measures to be implemented, transfers, etc.) the national law. On other points (“national margins of maneuver”), the Data Protection Act remains in force and complements the GDPR: for example, the processing of health data or offense data, 15-year age limit for minors’ consent to online services, provisions for digital death, etc. Finally, the national law remains fully applicable for all “repressive” files, whether in the criminal sphere or the field of intelligence and state security. Many special provisions are provided in these matters.
An order for a complete rewrite of the Data Protection Act is planned, within a period of six months, specifically to resolve these legibility difficulties of this composite legal framework. In the meantime, particular attention should be paid to the legal framework applicable to each treatment.
National law has also been supplemented by a new decree implementing the Data Protection Act, which completes the compliance of national law with the European legal framework. This decree, on which the CNIL issued an opinion on June 21, 2018, was published on August 3, 2018. It more precisely sets the deadlines and procedures applicable to the various missions of the CNIL, and specifies certain provisions of the law.
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