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With a New FBI Chief, Compliance Cops Remain on the Beat

by NAVEX Global on

Leaders of organizations across the country might be tempted to view the appointment of Christopher Wray, confirmed as the new head of the FBI on Tuesday, as a sign the new administration plans to ease up on regulating...more

President Trump Changes Course On Joint “Cyber Security Unit” With Russia

by King & Spalding on

On Sunday, July 9, 2017, coming out of the G20 Summit during which President Trump had met with Russian President Vladimir Putin for over two hours, Trump tweeted that he and Putin “discussed forming an impenetrable Cyber...more

How the French Fought the Election Hackers

Emmanuel Macron won France’s presidential election in a landslide. He defeated his opponent, Marine Le Pen, by more than thirty percentage points. Such a high margin might lead one to think that his victory was inevitable....more

EU Commissioner - President Trump Set To Discuss Future Of Privacy Shield Accord

by King & Spalding on

European Union (“EU”) Commissioner Vera Jourová will meet with U.S. President Donald Trump this month to discuss the future of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield (“Privacy Shield”) accord which imposes obligations on U.S. companies...more

Market Solutions, Volume 26, No. 1

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

Sanctions: Will the Trump Administration Stay the Course? President Trump made many statements during the campaign regarding actions he plans to take to reverse Obama administration sanctions policies. These included...more

Did U.S. executive order signal trouble for EU citizen privacy rights?

by Thompson Coburn LLP on

As President Trump settles into office, his administration has issued a flurry of executive orders aimed at reshaping the U.S. government. One order in particular may have a broader impact on global business than originally...more

Will Trump’s Executive Order Impact Agreements Between the U.S. and EU on Cross-Border Data Transfers?

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

U.S. President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order on January 25, 2017, “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States” that requires agencies “to the extent consistent with applicable law ... exclude...more

Data Without Borders: Hogan Lovells Winnik Forum Addresses International Considerations for the Growth and Development of a...

by Hogan Lovells on

The Internet of Things (“IoT”) connects markets and supply chains around the world. Industry, governments and consumers around the world are embracing IoT technologies to improve research and public policy, to accelerate...more

Forecasting the Trump Administration's First 100 Days

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

With the 2016 election in the rearview mirror, manufacturers must be mindful of the early initiatives you can expect from Congress and the new administration. With a return to one-party rule, the coming congressional term is...more

UK to implement GDPR regardless of Brexit

by White & Case LLP on

The UK government has confirmed that it will implement the EU General Data Protection Regulation, notwithstanding the UK's decision to leave the EU. This announcement confirms that UK businesses will need to become GDPR...more

Brexit: Baroness Neville-Rolfe on Data Implications

by Reed Smith on

At the beginning of July, Baroness Neville-Rolfe gave a speech at the annual Privacy Laws & Business conference, outlining the government’s stance on the implications of Brexit for a range of data issues including the GDPR,...more

Brexit Update: The Effect of Brexit on Data Transfers between the United Kingdom and the European Union

by McDermott Will & Emery on

In Depth - With the United Kingdom having voted to leave the European Union (Brexit) on 23 June 2016, the free flow of personal data between the United Kingdom and the EU and European Economic Area (EEA) countries is at...more

What does the Brexit vote mean for UK data protection?

US companies and policy makers will no doubt spend a good chunk of the day today considering the possible implications for them of yesterday’s UK vote for Brexit. Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, has issued a...more

Implications of Brexit for the mining and minerals sectors

by DLA Piper on

The debate surrounding Britain’s proposed exit from the EU (Brexit) has primarily focused upon its potential impact on the British economy, Britain’s international standing and its capacity for self-governance. This article...more

The Network and Information Security Directive: Serious Cyber Attacks Will Require Notification

by Reed Smith on

The Council of the European Union adopted the EU Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive (the ‘Directive’) 17 May, ready for final adoption by the European Parliament. The Directive, initially proposed in 2013, has...more

Turkish Parliament Enacts New Data Protection Law

by Reed Smith on

In a step toward its accession to the EU, Turkey has enacted its first comprehensive Data Protection Law. The law was passed by the Turkish Parliament 24 March and published in the Official Gazette 7 April....more

An Overview of Turkey’s New Data Protection Law

After a decade of winding its way through the legislative process, Turkey’s new Data Protection Law entered into force on April 7. Although Turkey previously had a few sectoral data protection laws on the books, this is the...more

Art. 29 Working Party Announces it Will Not Support Privacy Shield at Press Conference

by Alston & Bird on

On April 13, 2016, the Article 29 Working Party (“Art. 29 WP”) held a press conference at which it presented its forthcoming opinion on the adequacy of the US-EU Privacy Shield....more

Brexit – Legal Consequences For Commercial Parties: Gaining Or Losing The Competitive Edge? Implications For Competition Law...

by Allen & Overy LLP on

Now that the UK is on the path to an “in-out” referendum on 23 June, this paper looks at the impact of a Brexit on competition policy and enforcement in the UK, and generally in the European Union (“EU”). EU competition...more

President Obama Signs New Privacy Law – Judicial Redress Act

by Moore & Van Allen PLLC on

On February 24, 2016, President Obama signed into law the Judicial Redress Act giving citizens of certain “covered countries” access to U.S. courts to protect their privacy and take legal action against U.S. government...more

Passage of the U.S. Redress Act Raises Confidence in Privacy Protection for Transatlantic Data Flows

by Reed Smith on

The U.S. Judicial Redress Act has been signed into law by President Obama. The move marks an important step in data transfer relations between the EU and the United States, gives the green light to the EU-U.S. law enforcement...more

President Obama Gives EU Citizens Judicial Redress for Privacy Violations

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

The Judicial Redress Act (Act), signed into law on February 24, 2016, by President Obama, extends the privacy protections offered to U.S. citizens under the Privacy Act of 1974 to citizens of ''covered countries'' overseas....more

Key Review of Privacy Shield Coming in Six Weeks

Now that the EU Commission has published the complete version of its draft decision adopting the EU-US Privacy Shield program, it’s time for the key reviewers to dig in. I don’t mean the lawyers, or EU privacy advocates, or...more

Rebuilding Trust with the Europeans After Snowden: Obama Signs New Privacy Law

The U.S. and E.U. are one step closer to entering into a new data transfer agreement. On February 24, 2016, President Barack Obama signed into legislation the Judicial Redress Act, giving citizens of certain allied countries,...more

Data Privacy Implications of 'Brexit'

by Morgan Lewis on

As the June 23 referendum on Britain’s membership in the European Union looms, the potential that Britain will exit the European Union (“Brexit”) raises data privacy issues....more

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