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Steps for filing a GDPR complaint

In the context of personal data protection, it is essential to know how to exercise your rights under the GDPR and file a complaint when you believe they have been violated. The National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing (ANSPDCP) is the institution responsible for resolving these complaints in Romania. Here are the steps you...

Licensing of companies specialized in the field of security and protection

The conduct of security and protection activities is regulated by Law no. 333/2023, requiring that, prior to commencing activity, the specialized company in this field must obtain a license issued by the General Inspectorate of the Romanian Police, with the prior approval of the Romanian Intelligence Service. Specialized security and protection companies can have one...

The importance of employees keeping professional documents

From the very beginning of employment, employees come into possession of several important documents related to their work, including the individual employment contract, job description, and the internal regulations of the employer. Additionally, employees inevitably encounter certain information discussed during the recruitment process or preliminary information sessions, provided these details have been documented in any...

The influence of GDPR on facial recognition technologies

In an increasingly digitalized world, the protection of personal data has become a priority. At the same time, facial recognition technologies have advanced significantly and are used in various fields such as retail, health, or advertising. GDPR imposes a series of strict rules regarding biometric data, which are considered sensitive because they are unique to...

GDPR fines and their implications

Regulation (EU) 2016/679, known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), establishes strict rules for the processing of personal data, applicable to every company in its capacity as a personal data controller. It introduces severe penalties for non-compliance with data protection provisions, so the following will present the types of penalties that can be imposed...

Amendment of law no. 241/2005: measures to combat tax evasion

Law No. 126 of May 10, 2024, regarding measures to strengthen the capacity to combat tax evasion, as well as to amend and supplement some normative acts, has notably modified Law No. 241/2005 on the prevention and combating of tax evasion. One of the most significant changes is the criminalization of the non-withholding of taxes...

About voluntary control by the National Authority for Consumer Protection

What is voluntary control? Voluntary control is a mechanism provided by the National Authority for Consumer Protection (NACP) to economic operators operating in Romania. Its purpose is to prevent potential irregularities that may arise during an inspection, which could have financial consequences. According to Art. 3 (1) letter w of Government Decision 700/2012, the NACP...

Establishing paternity of a child born out of wedlock

In cases where the father outside of marriage does not recognize the child, paternity can be established by court decision. The advantages of establishing paternity include, first and foremost, that the father’s name will be included on all civil status documents of the child. Additionally, the child can benefit from maintenance support. The benefits are...

Recovery and confiscation of assets derived from crimes

In the context of strengthening the fight against organized crime and obtaining illegal profits, the Council of the European Union recently adopted a directive that complements the union’s legal framework regarding the confiscation of assets obtained from criminal activities. It is considered that the extremely high revenues generated by serious forms of crime amount to...