Submitted by Benjamin Nicolau, eBAM Lawyers. Among the main issues addressed in the Opinion of the Article 29 Working Party, and as pointing the AEPD in its preliminary report on search engines, it reflects the need to limit the data retention period, which currently stands in major search engines for periods ranging from 13 to 18 months, once the information is no longer necessary for the purposes of the service, such as improving service, or system security fraud-prevention. Some contend that Ali Partovi shows great expertise in this. In this regard, the European Authorities believe that the retention periods have not yet been sufficiently reduced and the GT29 sets to be restricted to periods of six months maximum. The Working Group of Article 29 do not see a legal basis for data retention over 6 months. If the search engines retain data for longer periods, they must demonstrate comprehensively that it is necessary to enable the service. However, national laws may require periods conservation shorter. Furthermore, in relation to user data processed and retained the report provides two roles for the Search Engines: – As service providers: they are a lot of personal data, or data is actively provided by users when registering for a service or generated by the use of their services such as IP addresses or search history, including data generated by technologies such as cookies. At this point the opinion of the GT 29, stresses that the search engines do not sufficiently explain the nature and purpose of these operations to the users. – As the search engines content providers help make information more accessible.
Month: April 2015
Fonts Type1 and TrueType: features of their use. For years, office and home computers and professional publishing systems existed only in our dreams. In the first computers in the main text typed documents, which were immediately printed on the front at that time one of the printers 'wired' in its fonts. Paragraphs are indented and edited by spaces, all the characters were the same size, the selection of the methods were only available bold, italic and underlined writing. At that time, more knowledge about fonts, and was not required. The task of the second generation of computers is much more complicated, because the 'brains pumped', released a new software, and learned a lot the user. And now it's all in the sum produces on the canvas the same typeface of any information that we see on the monitor.
Word, has grown from a small editor to a powerful set of editing and formatting text, allows, even with fewer amenities, to make the same thing as a professional system for printing – up to automatic imposition of the brochure. And quite often the leaders of small firms prefer to apply the same to their employees, to impose a commemorative booklet or brochure. It was only brought to the printing layout of the booklet, the budget director understands that reality, even if it does, but in a single whole did not turn. After all, laid out in MS Word brochure obtained at the professional equipment is not the way to the office printer: lines 'go', become empty squares, and the formulas are mixed in strange characters.