Zoom incompatible with GDPR according to German DPA

17/08/2021 | The Register

Ulrich Kühn, the acting Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, has warned the city's Senate Chancellery from using the on-demand version of Zoom's videoconferencing software because it violates the EU General Data Protection Directive (GDPR) following the European Court of Justice Schrems II decision. In a statement, Kühn said, "A data transfer is therefore only possible under very strict conditions, which are not available when the Senate Chancellery is planning to use Zoom."

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