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News from Poland—Business & Law, Episode 11: binding instructions in holding law
Aleksandra Drożdż explains the liability for binding instructions that the parent company will be able to issue to its subsidiaries under the proposed provisions of the holding law.
News from Poland—Business & Law, Episode 11: binding instructions in holding law
Liability for binding instructions in the proposed holding law
According to the government bill to amend the Commercial Companies Code, a parent company could issue binding instructions to a subsidiary if justified by the interest of the corporate group and not barred by specific regulations. The new powers of a parent company are balanced by provisions regulating its liability for injury caused in connection with issuing binding instructions.
Liability for binding instructions in the proposed holding law
What does your car know about you?
In recent days, it was widely reported in the media that a well-known manufacturer began testing a system allowing for display of personalised ads in cars. But attentive drivers are not surprised. It is no secret that a modern car is a computer on four wheels, as it processes large amounts of data to ensure safety, transport efficiency, and access to navigation and infotainment services.
What does your car know about you?
Increased activity of the Polish data protection authority
Last year ended with a series of fines imposed by the President of the Personal Data Protection Office. They show the importance of taking take care of data security—and how costly it can be if you don’t.
Increased activity of the Polish data protection authority