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France adopts Law for a Digital Republic: key data provisions are a jump-start on the GDPR

France’s Law for a Digital Republic, under discussion for more than a year, has at last been published. Some key provisions of the law, published in early October, are immediately effective and anticipate the GDPR’s...more

France: new rules for processing patient health data

France’s Law for the Modernization of the Health System, adopted earlier this year, applies to all processing of health data for the purpose of evaluating or analyzing medical treatments and preventive actions....more

EU: new obligations for digital services providers and operators of essential services

First proposed by the European Commission in 2013, the long-awaited draft Directive on Network Information Security (the NIS Directive) was agreed upon by the European Parliament and the Council in December 2015.[1] In line...more

US Commerce Department, EC release Privacy Shield details; EC releases Adequacy Decision on Shield's protections

On February 29, 2016, the Department of Commerce and European Commission released the details of the new US-EU Privacy Shield program, intended to replace the now defunct US-EU Safe Harbor program. According to the materials...more

Intellectual Property and Technology News: The EU General Data Protection Regulation: are you ready?

In 1995, the EU Data Protection Directive established the first-ever legal framework for personal data protection across multiple countries. The Directive has since shaped how the EU member states - and countries across the...more

Law à la Mode - Edition 16 - May 2015 (Global)

In This Issues: - Key Considerations: For Negotiating Electronic Point Of Sale Solution Agreements - Fashion Forward And Tech Savvy: The Co-Branding Of Wearable Technologies - The Internet Of Things: The...more

Retailers Need To Prepare For The New EU Data Protection Regulation

By now, everyone has heard of the draft EU Data Protection Regulation that is expected to replace the current Data Protection Directive, which dates from 1995. The key innovative provisions in the Regulation will...more

FRANCE: Right To Be Forgotten – Application Of The Balancing Test Derived From The Google v. Costeja Case

In a December 2014 decision, a French judge ruling in injunctive proceedings gave a new and interesting illustration of how national judges may use the ECJ’s Costeja v. Google case, as well as the related guidelines adopted...more

Law À La Mode - Issue 15 – January 2015 (Global)

In This Issue: - Falling Foul Of China’s Trademark System: The Dangers Of International Trademark Applications In China - Retention Of Title: Protecting Your Business From Customer’s Insolvency - Fashion...more

“Toubon Law” 20 Years On: The Cyber Economy and France’s Law on the Mandatory Use of the French Language

In 1994, France implemented a law, known as the “Toubon Law” after France’s then-minister of Culture, Jacques Toubon, to preserve the French language, protect French consumers and promote French culture. At the time, the...more

2/2/2015  /  France , Internet , Native Language

FRANCE: CNIL Adopts New “Compliance Pack” for the Insurance Sector

In November 2014, the French Data Protection Authority (“CNIL”) issued a new “compliance pack” for the insurance sector, following consultations with trade associations. Written by Carol Umhoefer and Mathilde Hallé...more

French Data Protection Authority Audit of Open Access Internet and Wi-fi Hot Spots – CNIL Issues Recommendations

Open access internet and free WiFi are ubiquitous. For many denizens of the mobilesphere, especially in urban environments, telephone networks are relics. It’s therefore not surprising that the French Data Protection...more

1/9/2015  /  CNIL , France , Internet , Wifi

Consumer Data Protection In Online Retail: On Protecting Privacy in the EU, US and China

Online retail presents unparalleled opportunities for reaching new consumer markets and collecting consumer data. With such opportunities, however, come heightened regulatory scrutiny, compounded by high-profile consumer data...more

FRANCE: What You Need to Know About the CNIL’s New Online Investigative Powers and Enforcement Goals

Earlier this year we reported on the new online investigative powers of the French Data Protection Authority (the “CNIL”). Whereas before CNIL agents could only conduct on-site inspections, since March 2014 they are...more

Law À La Mode - Issue 14 – October 2014 (Global)

In This Issue: - Understanding the EU Consumer Rights Directive: An overview of the new Directive on Consumer Rights and its implementation in Belgium, France, Italy and the UK - Free Zones in the UAE: What do...more

Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence - October 2014 (Global)

BROADCASTING - France: French legislation on evening advertising on public channels: should we expect another shift in policy? - The main French public service broadcaster, France Télévisions, is calling for lift of...more

The Global Anti-Corruption Perspective - Q3 2014

TOP 10 TIPS FOR COUNTERING SMALL BRIBES - The issue of so-called facilitation payment’ and other small bribes is a thorn in the side of many international businesses. Not only is it difficult to do business in many...more

How EU data protection laws impact cross-border FCPA investigations

EU data protection laws apply to "personal data" in the broadest sense. For instance, a business email sent by an employee from the office constitutes "personal data" as long as the email directly or indirectly identifies an...more

EU Law on Cookies

DLA Piper has published an updated summary of the way in which the law relating to cookies has been implemented across the EU. This guide is particularly relevant as a cookies sweep day is planned to take place in the...more

France: CNIL to begin cookies enforcement in October

Starting in October, France’s Data Protection Authority (the CNIL) will verify compliance with its December 2013 Recommendation on the use of cookies and tracking technologies....more

FRANCE: Orange receives a public warning from the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) following a security breach in a...

The CNIL’s decision provides useful guidance on security measures that the CNIL considers must be taken by data controllers. Earlier this year, Orange discovered that the database of one of its sub-subcontractors had...more

France’s Data Protection Authority unveils its inspection targets for 2014

The French Data Protection Authority (the CNIL) has announced its 2014 inspection targets, with the goal of reaching 550 inspections for the year. Last year, the CNIL carried out 414 inspections. Capitalizing on a...more

Privacy By Design? Fashion Flair Transforms Wearable Technologies

The year 2014 is being hailed as the year of wearable technologies. Wearables captured significant attention at January’s International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and hundreds of new products are expected to be...more

Law À La Mode - Issue 13 - April 2014

In This Issue: - PRIVACY BY DESIGN? FASHION FLAIR TRANSFORMS WEARABLE TECHNOLOGIES: The rise of the wearables – and the data protection challenges they bring - EFFECTIVELY DELIVERING IT SERVICES IN THE RETAIL...more

FRANCE: The CNIL adopts new rules on whistleblowing, simplifying significantly hotline implementation in France

In a decision published on February 11, 2014, the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) has for the first time adopted truly sweeping changes to its Single Authorization No. 004 on Whistleblowing....more

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