On December 15, 2016, the Italian Data Protection Authority ("DPA") renewed existing authorizations for the processing of the following: (i) sensitive data within employment relationships; (ii) data revealing health and sex life; (iii) sensitive data processed by associations and institutions; (iv) sensitive data processed by professionals; (v) sensitive data processed by banks and financial institutions; (vi) sensitive data processed by private investigators; (vii) judicial data processed by private individuals and public entities; (viii) genetic data; and (ix) personal data processed for purposes of scientific research. The general authorizations will be effective until May 24, 2018, when the GDPR will take effect.

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