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Many questions left unanswered, as Czech firms and institutions scramble to meet GDPR norms

With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation due to come into force on May 25th individual member states are scrambling to comply with the new directive. The Czech Republic has a lot of catching up to do – national data protection laws supplementing the GDPR are still not in place and a flash poll has revealed that a fifth of Czech firms are unaware of the existence of the new EU data protection rules.

 
 
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Czech labour minister seeks to speed up…

The Czech Republic has the lowest jobless rate in the European Union with vacancies now outstripping the registered…

 
 
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Edward Meegan: Prague’s Grittiness Made…

When Edward Meegan visited the Czech Republic as a tourist in 1993, he had no intention of staying. I talked to him…

 
 
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Czech Republic joins international…

A few weeks ago the Czech Republic joined “Refugees Welcome International ” a platform that was founded in November…

 
 
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Czech glassmaker produces extraordinary…

The Czech Republic is known for its skilled glassmakers, getting commissions for lighting installations and glass…

 
 
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Czechs mark witch-burning night around…

Burning witches on April 30-May 1 is an ancient pagan tradition which developed in various European countries…

 
 
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Witch burn

Burning witches on April 30-May 1 is an ancient pagan tradition which developed in various European countries…

 
 
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Dutch nationals face charge of grievous…

Two Dutch nationals, charged with grievous bodily harm in an attack on a Czech waiter last weekend, have been remanded…

 
 
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David Hanaček - Founder of Fox in the…

David Hanaček is an analyst in the IT industry who has managed what many only dream of: to turn their hobby into a side…

 
 
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Czech Republic plummets on media…

Growing hostility towards journalists openly encouraged by political leaders is one of the major themes of this year’s…

 
 
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Prague executive committee backs…

Prague City council’s executive committee has backed demolishing the city’s historic Libeň Bridge, a 1928 construction…

 
 
 
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