The Central Electoral Commission and the Commission for Personal Data Protection adopted joint guidelines on the processing and protection of personal data in the election process
The application of the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EC) 2016/679) started on 25 May 2018. The Regulation protects the personal data of all persons within the EU.
CPDP adopted a Strategy for Development in the Field of Personal Data Protection - "Horizon 2022". An integral part of the Strategy is the Action plan for its implementation.
Between 13th and 17th May 2019, a Short-term joint-staff training under project „e-OpenSpace– the European innovative open platform for electronic information exchange and sustainable provision of adult education in the field of privacy and data protection” has been conducted. ... more
The Commission for Personal Data Protection organises specialized training seminars for Data Protection Officers in the public sector in four Bulgarian cities
The Commission for Personal Data Protection, along with the Data Protection Authorities of Italy, Spain, Poland and Croatia, is implementing a project entitled „T4DATA: Training Data Protection Authorities and Data Protection Officers” under the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme ... more
On 8 May 2019 the „Legal World” magazine and the International Law Centre have presented their 11th annual awards. The representatives of the legal community have voted for „Jurist of the Year” the Chairman of the Commission for Personal Data Protection Mr Ventsislav Karadjov. The ... more
The Central Electoral Commission and the Commission for Personal Data Protection jointly adopted Guidelines on the processing and protection of personal data in the election process
In the context of the upcoming European elections at the end of May, the Central Electoral Commission and the Commission for Personal Data Protection jointly adopted guidelines on the processing and protection of personal data in the election process. The document is based on the provisions ... more
In the context of the elections for European Parliament and other EU elections scheduled for 2019, the European Data Protection Board issued a statement to highlight a number of key requirements to be respected when political parties process personal data in the course of electoral activities. Content ... more
The Commission for Personal Data Protection decided to hold public discussion on two very important topics of increased public interest – video surveillance and the processing of personal data for journalistic purposes, as well as for the purposes of academic, artistic or literary expression. In ... more