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Launch of coordinated enforcement on use of cloud by public sector (2nd request)

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Dear European Data Protection Board,

Based on the freedom of information in the EU Treaties, enshrined in Regulation 1049/2001, I request documents containing the following information:

1) Context:

My request is for the following press releases (in short: "PR1", "PR2"):

PR1 by EDPB: https://edpb.europa.eu/news/news/2022/la...

PR2 by Bavarian supervisory authority in Germany: https://www.datenschutz-bayern.de/presse...

2) Requests:

(a) information, embodied in particular in documents, indicating which of the European regulators are meant in both PR that have joined the joint coordinated review of cloud services in the public sector.

(b) information, embodied in particular in documents, indicating How the "75" public bodies mentioned in PR2 were selected and which public bodies they are in detail (name of the public bodies).

Yours sincerely,
HR

European Data Protection Board

Thank you for your message and for your interest in data protection. We
will look into your request and get back to you within due time.
The EDPB Secretariat

European Data Protection Board

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Dear Mr. Roth,

 

We have noted that this week you have sent two further requests for access
to documents, in relation to the launch of coordinated enforcement on use
of cloud by public sector.

 

As mentioned in our previous emails attached below, at the moment the EDPB
Secretariat does not have the resources to handle all of these requests at
the same time (also taking into account other requests for access to
documents submitted by other applicants), within the legal deadlines
foreseen in Regulation 1049/2001.

 

Therefore we will handle these two new requests, in addition to the three
requests mentioned below in our email of 9 February, one by one at a later
stage, once we have handled your three registered requests, which are
currently still ongoing.

 

Please note that we may still need to contact you prior to registering
these 5 requests, in case clarifications are needed regarding the scope.

 

Please let us know if you oppose to this and whether you have any
questions. We thank you in advance for your understanding.

 

Best regards,

 

EDPB Secretariat

 

 

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From: European Data Protection Board <[EDPB request email]>
Sent: 09 February 2022 15:48
To: Heiko Roth <[email address]>
Cc: European Data Protection Board <[EDPB request email]>
Subject: [AtD] Your requests for Recommendations 2/2020; ITS documents &
Guidelines art. 48 GDPR

 

Dear Mr. Roth,

 

Thank you for your message below and for accepting that we handle your
request regarding the Recommendations 02/2020 on the European Essential
Guarantees for surveillance measures once we have handled your previous
four registered requests.

 

We have noted that you have in the meantime sent two further requests, one
which concerns Working Documents for Guidelines regarding Art. 48 GDPR and
another which concerns the work of the EDPB expert subgroups and in
particular the expert subgroup for international transfers.

 

As mentioned in our email of 21 January below, at the moment the EDPB
Secretariat does not have the resources to handle all of these requests at
the same time (also taking into account other requests for access to
documents submitted by other applicants), within the legal deadlines
foreseen in Regulation 1049/2001.

 

Therefore, we will handle these three requests one by one at a later
stage, once we have handled your four registered requests.

 

Please note that we may still need to contact you prior to registering
these requests, in case clarification are needed regarding the scope.

 

Please let us know if you oppose to this and whether you have any
questions. We thank you in advance for your understanding.

 

Best regards,

 

EDPB Secretariat

 

 

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European Data Protection Board

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Dear Mr. Roth,

 

We confirm registration of your access to documents request and registered
it today under reference 2022/47. Please use this reference for further
correspondence. Please note that this case reference covers both of the
requests you have made regarding the launch of coordinated enforcement on
use of cloud by public sector.

 

We are currently assessing your request and will provide you with a reply
within 15 working days (26/07/2022).

 

Please note that the EDPB specific privacy statement regarding the
processing of personal data for the purposes of handling requests for
access to documents is available on the EDPB website and can be viewed via
this link: [1]https://edpb.europa.eu/edpb-specific-pri....

 

You may find below for your reference, an overview of all of your requests
with the case numbers and their status. Your requests have now all been
registered, two of which are still open (the present case 2022-47 covering
two requests on the launch of the coordinated enforcement framework, and
case 2022-46 on the current coordinators of the expert subgroups).

 

Should you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Best regards,

 

The EDPB Secretariat

 

 

 

 

Received Request
19/01/2022 Recommendations 02/2020 on the European Essential Guarantees for surveillance
measures. 1. Documentation showing why there was no public consultation. 2.
Case 2022-21 – reply Documents containing information used to prepare Recommendations 02/2020
sent 19/04/2022 (e.g., legal opinions, third-party comments, own research).
29/01/2022 1 All documents (e.g. statements, expert opinions, press reports, guidelines)
                 Case related to the development of the above mentioned Guidelines on Art. 48 GDPR.
2022-32 – reply sent 2. An indication of what the current progress is in the development of the
12/05/2022 above-mentioned Guidelines on Art. 48 GDPR
1. Current overview of all subgroups of the EDPB with a breakdown of which
29/01/2022 authorities of which EU member state are represented in which subgroup 2.
                   Case Minutes, opinions, statements and other documents that have been used by the
2022-40 – reply sent members of the ITS since 16.07.2020 in the context of the work of the ITS. 3.
04/07/2022 3 Indication of the relationship of the subgroups to the EDPB (e.g. advisory
role only).
CEF. 1) Information, embodied in particular in documents such as sample
15/02/2022 questionnaires or sampling parameters, which provide information on how
                 Case contact and exchange is or will be made with the 'public' bodies mentioned in
2022- 47 – registered the press release as part of the coordinated audit on the part of the BfDI 2)
04/07/2022, deadline Information, in particular embodied in documents, which provide information
for reply: 26/07/2022 about when exactly the audit mentioned in the press release was or will be
started.
CEF: 1) ) information, embodied in particular in documents, indicating which
16/02/2022 – will be of the European regulators are meant in both PR that have joined the joint
handled within case coordinated review of cloud services in the public sector. 2) information,
2022-47 embodied in particular in documents, indicating How the "75" public bodies
mentioned in PR2 were selected and which public bodies they are in detail
(name of the public bodies).
Naming of the current coordinators of the Expert Subgroups (actual list:
19/04/2022 – Case https://edpb.europa.eu/system/files/2021...,
2022-46 deadline for p. 91 et seq) according to Article 25 (3) Rules of Procedures EDPB (Version
reply: 13/07/2022 8). Alternatively: for each Expert Subgroup, the name of the institution (EU
supervisory authority) to which the coordinator belongs.
Opinion 03/2022 on the draft decision of the French Supervisory Authority
regarding the Processor Binding Corporate Rules of the WEBHELP Group - 1.
Documents provided to the EDPB by the French regulator or by the WEBHELP
Group such that the EDPB has concluded, as cited in 1 above, that the BCRs of
19/02/2022 – withdrawn the WEBHELP Group contain "adequate safeguards" as defined above (e.g.,
13/05/2022 documents comparable to a 'Transfer Impact Assessment'). 2. Beyond the
documents in 2.1, such documents that provide information on how the EDPB has
arrived at the assessment by others that WEBHELP Group's BCRs contain
"appropriate safeguards" as defined above (e.g., through internal legal
opinions of the EDPB).

 

 

From: European Data Protection Board <[EDPB request email]>
Sent: 17 February 2022 16:15
To: [email address];
[FOI #10730 email]
Cc: European Data Protection Board <[EDPB request email]>
Subject: RE: [AtD] Your requests for Recommendations 2/2020; ITS documents
& Guidelines art. 48 GDPR; 2 requests regarding launch of coordinated
enforcement on use of cloud by public sector.

 

Dear Mr. Roth,

 

We have noted that this week you have sent two further requests for access
to documents, in relation to the launch of coordinated enforcement on use
of cloud by public sector.

 

As mentioned in our previous emails attached below, at the moment the EDPB
Secretariat does not have the resources to handle all of these requests at
the same time (also taking into account other requests for access to
documents submitted by other applicants), within the legal deadlines
foreseen in Regulation 1049/2001.

 

Therefore we will handle these two new requests, in addition to the three
requests mentioned below in our email of 9 February, one by one at a later
stage, once we have handled your three registered requests, which are
currently still ongoing.

 

Please note that we may still need to contact you prior to registering
these 5 requests, in case clarifications are needed regarding the scope.

 

Please let us know if you oppose to this and whether you have any
questions. We thank you in advance for your understanding.

 

Best regards,

 

EDPB Secretariat

 

 

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From: European Data Protection Board <[5][EDPB request email]>
Sent: 09 February 2022 15:48
To: Heiko Roth <[6][email address]>
Cc: European Data Protection Board <[7][EDPB request email]>
Subject: [AtD] Your requests for Recommendations 2/2020; ITS documents &
Guidelines art. 48 GDPR

 

Dear Mr. Roth,

 

Thank you for your message below and for accepting that we handle your
request regarding the Recommendations 02/2020 on the European Essential
Guarantees for surveillance measures once we have handled your previous
four registered requests.

 

We have noted that you have in the meantime sent two further requests, one
which concerns Working Documents for Guidelines regarding Art. 48 GDPR and
another which concerns the work of the EDPB expert subgroups and in
particular the expert subgroup for international transfers.

 

As mentioned in our email of 21 January below, at the moment the EDPB
Secretariat does not have the resources to handle all of these requests at
the same time (also taking into account other requests for access to
documents submitted by other applicants), within the legal deadlines
foreseen in Regulation 1049/2001.

 

Therefore, we will handle these three requests one by one at a later
stage, once we have handled your four registered requests.

 

Please note that we may still need to contact you prior to registering
these requests, in case clarification are needed regarding the scope.

 

Please let us know if you oppose to this and whether you have any
questions. We thank you in advance for your understanding.

 

Best regards,

 

EDPB Secretariat

 

 

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│ │Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels │
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│ │Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1000 Brussels │
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European Data Protection Board

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Dear Mr. Roth,

 

Please find enclosed the reply to your request for access to documents
(ref. 2022-47) signed by Mr. Ventsislav Karadjov, Vice-Chair of the EDPB.

 

For your convenience, please find hereafter the link to document 2 (also
mentioned in the letter of reply):
[1]https://edpb.europa.eu/news/news/2022/la...

 

Best regards,

The EDPB Secretariat

 

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