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Privacy Shield: Recent Developments

The Article 29 Working Party has released new procedural documentation concerning complaints under the Privacy Shield scheme, comprising rules of procedure and a form for individuals to submit complaints. This comes against a...more

Data Privacy in a Time of Reaction: "Big Data" versus "The People"

1. Data privacy concerns entwined with anti-globalization - Anti-globalization has become a serious theme in Western countries. Right-wing and left-wing political movements converge on the issue. Centrist elites...more

Further Challenges to EU-US Privacy Shield and EU Data Exports

The EU-US Privacy Shield, introduced earlier this year to provide a lawful means of transferring personal data from the EU to the US, is facing a second legal challenge, this time from several French privacy rights groups....more

EU-U.S. Privacy Shield challenged

Privacy advocacy group Digital Rights Ireland has launched a challenge in European courts against the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield scheme, claiming it does not adequately protect the privacy rights of EU citizens. The lawsuit is...more

New York's New Cybersecurity Rules: What Is Required?

The new cybersecurity rules proposed by the New York State Department of Financial Services require financial services institutions to have extensive cybersecurity protections in place; including cybersecurity programs,...more

EU-US Privacy Shield: How to Certify

Following formal approval of the EU-US Privacy Shield, US organizations will now be considering how to apply for Privacy Shield certification. On July 12, 2016, the European Commission formally approved and adopted the...more

EU-US Privacy Shield approved

The EU-US Privacy Shield has now been formally approved, providing a new mechanism for transferring personal data from the EU to the US, and reducing the legal uncertainty international businesses have been facing – at least...more

New threats to transatlantic data flows as Model Clauses come under fire

The transfer of personal data from the EU to the US is continuing to come under attack in the EU, with Model Clauses now in the regulatory crosshairs. Consequently, organisations that do business on both sides of the Atlantic...more

Strict and far-reaching new EU data protection regime comes into force

The EU General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") is now in force, and the clock is officially ticking for businesses to bring their operations into line with its sweeping changes. On 4 May 2016, after more than four...more

Significant concerns from EU Data Protection Authorities may delay the EU-US Privacy Shield

EU Data Protection Authorities met in Brussels last week to deliver their eagerly anticipated opinion on the proposed EU-US Privacy Shield. They set out significant criticisms of the current proposals, dealing a blow to those...more

European Parliament approves new EU data protection law

The European Parliament has voted on the General Data Protection Regulation (the "GDPR"). The vote marks the end of a four-year legislative process and makes the GDPR a reality....more

No consensus on Privacy Shield following debate on adequacy

The EU-US Privacy Shield remains a hotly debated issue. At a meeting at the European Parliament last week, it became evident that significant areas of disagreement remain between the European Commission, the European...more

New deal for transferring personal data from the EU to the US moves a step closer

Following the conclusion in early February of negotiations for the Privacy Shield (the replacement for Safe Harbor), the European Commission has published draft documents providing the full detail of the Privacy Shield...more

EU Regulatory Agendas: EDPS Priorities 2016 and Article 29 Working Party Work Programme 2016 – 2018

On January 7, 2016, the European Data Protection Supervisor ("EDPS") published its priorities for 2016[1]. The EDPS is an independent supervisory authority at EU level whose primary objective is to ensure that European...more

Safe Harbor is dead, long live Safe Harbor!

News broke late February 2, 2016 that the United States and the European Union Commission have agreed upon a revised and updated version of the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor, providing a new framework for transfers of personal data...more

International Data Privacy: How to Navigate the Challenges

Hardly a day goes by when the news doesn't include some privacy-related story or scandal. To name just a few recent examples, we've seen: ..Highly publicized losses of customer credit card data by household-name...more

UK and EU Law Enforcement Investigatory and Data Sharing Powers: Developments and International Impact

Proposed UK legislation governing UK law enforcement investigatory powers (together with differences in approach by the UK and rest of Europe to law enforcement access to personal data) will have a deep and far reaching...more

Introduction of new EU General Data Protection Regulation: final stages

The EU institutions have completed ‘trilogue’ negotiations on the text of the General Data Protection Regulation, bringing the new European data protection regime very close to final - On 17 December 2015, an...more

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