Examples of EU Data Protection Law in a sentence
Each Party commits to conduct audits on a regular basis to control compliance with EU Data Protection Law, including the security measures provided in Section 6 of this EU Addendum and Annex 1 of the Agreement.
The Parties represent and warrant that they will only disclose Personal Data Processed to a third party in the context of the Services in accordance with EU Data Protection Law and will require such third party in writing to comply with EU Data Protection Law as well as the same obligations as are imposed by this EU Addendum, as appropriate and relevant, unless it is not possible to do so, such as where the data recipient is a governmental authority.
Upon prior written request, each Party agrees to cooperate and within reasonable time provide the requesting Party with: (a) a summary of the audit reports demonstrating its compliance with EU Data Protection Law obligations and the Agreement; and (b) confirmation that the audit has not revealed any material vulnerability, or to the extent that any such vulnerability was detected, that such vulnerability has been fully remedied.
Subject to the limitation of liability clauses in the Agreement, each Party agrees that it will be held liable towards Data Subjects for the entire damage resulting from a violation of EU Data Protection Law for its own Purposes as specified in Section 4 of the Agreement.
To the extent HMS Software is required under EU Data Protection Law, HMS Software will (at Client's expense) provide reasonably requested information regarding the Service to enable the Client to carry out data protection impact assessments and prior consultations with data protection authorities as required by law.