A new journal in European data protection law is on its way. It’s going to be called the European Data Protection Law Review, and will be published by Lexxion.
But is it fit for purpose? Well, as the journal is being produced by a reputable German legal publishing company, and the purpose is to consider data protection issues from an academic (and legal) perspective, so I can only assume that Lexicon fully satisfies every aspect of German data protection law.
For those that wondered how Lexicon decided to meet their fair processing obligations, here is the policy:
Please note that we do not pass on personal data to third parties unless it is to companies helping us to comply with your requests.
We need your personal data, such as name, address, mailing address and telephone number to be able to deliver requested goods as quickly as possible. We also need your personal data in order to provide you with information on new products.
If we should generate statistics about sales, customers, etc., we will do so only in anonymised form.
You are entitled to condradict to such use of your personal data at any time.
If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on: email@example.com
Privacy Talibanista that object to a fair processing statement being expressed so succinctly should contact Lexxion – not me.