Dossier for "Cross-Border Processing" (Demo)

The sheer number of legal provisions makes it difficult to keep track. This is why we added the "Dossier" function for key terms, which displays the most important sources for various terminology. It ensures you can gain a quick and knowledgeable overview of the entire legal situation.

This free "demo" version of the dossier only provides an excerpt featuring the first two articles and recitals. If you purchase the PrivazyPlan®, every aspect will be covered.

Dossiers are currently available for the following terms:

Advertising, Anonymisation, Automated Decision In Individual Cases, Compensation, Complaint, Compliance, Consent, Copy (for Data Subject), Correction, Cross-Border Processing, Data Minimisation, Data Portability, data protection by design, Data Protection Guarantee, Data Protection Impact Assessment, Data Protection Officer, Deletion, Disclosure, Encryption, Establishment, Extensive Processing, Files, Fine, Group Of Undertakings, Identification, Legitimate Interests (Controller), Legitimate Interests (Data Subject), Limitation Of Processing, Objection, Obligation, Opening Clause, Permission, Personal Data Breach, Privileged Purposes, Processing On Behalf, Processing On Behalf (Controller), Processing On Behalf (Processor), Professional secrecy, Profiling, Prohibition, Proof, Pseudonymisation, Publication Of Personal Data, Purpose (Binding), Purpose (Change), Records of processing activities, Reporting to supervisory authority, Representatives, Revocation, Risk For Rights And Freedoms, Shared Responsibility, Strategie, Task in Public Interest, Technical And Organisational Measures, Transfer To Third Countries, Transmission, Transparency

The dossier for "Cross-Border Processing" has 4 matches:

Article 4 Nr. 23 - Definitions

(23) ‘Cross-Border Processing’ means either:
(a) processing of personal data which takes place in the context of the activities of establishments in more than one Member State of a controller or processor in the Union where the controller or processor is established in more than one Member State; or
(b) processing of personal data which takes place in the context of the activities of a single establishment of a controller or processor in the Union but which substantially affects or is likely to substantially affect data subjects in more than one Member State.

Article 56 (1) - Competence of the lead supervisory authority

[Für Aufsichtsbehörden]1. Without prejudice to Article 55, the supervisory authority of the main establishment or of the single establishment of the controller or processor shall be competent to act as lead supervisory authority for the Cross-Border Processing carried out by that controller or processor in accordance with the procedure provided in Article 60.


The match number 3 is available, if you buy the PrivazyPlan®.


The match number 4 is available, if you buy the PrivazyPlan®.


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