Patricia Ayodeji, founding lawyer of E-PDP PROTECCIÓN DE DATOS PERSONALES®, is a British, dual qualified Civil Law and Common Law lawyer. Solicitor for England & Wales. Abogado for Spain. Her dual qualification means that she can practice both in Spain, & England and Wales. She has over 16 years experience providing legal services principally for SMEs and Multinationals.
Her specialties are; Information, Technology & Communications Law, Privacy, & Data Protection Law, E-Commerce Law, and Intellectual Property Law.
Patricia forms part of the list of international lawyers in different Embassies and Governmental departments, and collaborates as a voluntary lawyer in various charities, and in a human rights defence organization.
Flish Flash: Spanish Approach to Digital Evidence
Lecture includes a brief look at the Spanish Law for electronic signatures which outlines the legal obligations of electronic communications service providers (inter alia; Data Protection, Security & Technical reliability, Data integrity) in addition to examining the requisites of the Spanish Organic Law on Data Protection. Brief mention will be made of the new European General Data Protection Regulation.
This brief look at the law for electronic signatures will be followed by a detailed analysis of an administrative proceeding before the Spanish Data Protection Authority, in 2016, which concerned a complaint filed by a data subject for having been included in national creditworthiness files. The issue in hand was whether consent to collect personal data (a first condition for the lawful processing of any data) was proved or not via the use of a certified electronic contracting solution.