INPLP is a not-for-profit international network of qualified professionals providing expert counsel on legal and compliance issues relating to data privacy and associated matters. More...
INPLP provides targeted and concise guidance, multi-jurisdictional views and practical information to address the ever-increasing and intensifying field of data protection challenges. More...
INPLP fulfils its mission by sharing know-how, conducting joint research into data processing practices and engaging proactively in international cooperation in both the private and public sectors.
The project shows that data protection compliance can be made accessible and understandable to anyone, without having to study the text of the law.
Lawyer in Brussels (Belgium)
The CPC demonstrates that the whole privacy aspect of cloud computing can be adressed and answered on the Basis of 4 main aspects.
Dr. Jens Eckhardt
Lawyer in Düsseldorf (Germany)
We will be able to meet our clients at eye level and deliver efficient and targeted advice backed by a strong international network.
Dr. Claas Thöle
Lawyer in Copenhagen (Denmark)
The CPC/DPC has accomplished something that cannot be accomplished often - explained a legal concept that is sometimes hard to grasp for lawyers themselves in a simple and easy-to-follow manner.
Lawyer in Tallinn (Estonia)
It is a unique and truly practical tool for compliance check within the data protection and privacy arenas. As such, it enables both cloud service providers and cloud clients to ensure that their use of the cloud is legally compliant, whilst enabling them to engage in comparison checks through the different EU juristictions.
Lawyer in Barcelona (Spain)
The CPC/DPC platform is a valid instrument both for cloud customers as well as for cloud providers as it gives, in a very simple, clear and understandable manner, basic information on the privacy laws of 32 countries, allowing users to have a quick comparison between them and to understand their main differences.
Lawyer in Milan (Italy)
Privacy is not merely a business-priority, it is a societal challenge which requires adaptive technical and legal know-how. The CPC tools offers the first level of information to make citizens and business-users more aware of the operative legislative provisions in Europe.
Lawyer in Malta
The CPC/DPC enables businesses to quickly get an overview of the privacy implications of moving into the cloud, in four easy steps.
Lawyer in Oslo (Norway)
It is a very helpful tool to understand a complicated matter in an uncomplicated and straightforward manner, allowing to streamline the process of addressing the privacy concerns that any cloud project has in a simple and effective way.
Lawyer in Lisboa (Portugal)
We believe that issues regarding data privacy, whether personal or business data are more into the spotlight these days and they will bring a significant change in the way people interact with technology and the technology providers. In this respect, a dedicated tool allowing business users to easily perform a self-assessment of their legal stand from a personal data privacy perspective is of great value to the market.
Lawyer in Bucharest (Romania)
Because it is the single point of reference for any cloud services provider or customer conducting operations that involve personal data processing in any of countries covered.
Lawyer in Ljubljana (Slovenia)
The CPC/DPC project brings to the Slovak market a powerful tool that can help to various cloud projects and/or solutions to prove their credibility.
Lawyer in Bratislava (Slovakia)
INPLP is a great place for privacy professionals from around the world to exchange ideas and promote best practices on data protection, cybersecurity and cloud computing.
Lawyer in Greece
The international INPLP network supports the delivery of global privacy counsel to clients working in a dynamic global economy. As a privacy professional, with innovative high tech clients, I can rely on INPLP to help me keep abreast of changes.
Lawyer in Israel