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Data Breach Notification In the EU: A Comparison of US and Soon-To-Be EU Law

In the United States Congress has repeatedly attempted, but failed, to agree on federal data breach notification legislation. As a result, there is no single federal statute that imposes a breach notification obligation on...more

Brexit: Impact on data protection

Following the UK's vote to leave the European Union, we consider the potential implications for data protection compliance. ...more

The Cyber President? What To Expect From the Trump Administration On Cybersecurity And Privacy

Even president-elect Donald Trump has been the victim of a data breach. Several times actually. The payment card system for his Trump Hotel Collection was infected by malware in May 2014 and 70,000 credit card numbers were...more

UK to implement GDPR regardless of Brexit

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

Trump Administration Likely to Support EU-U.S. Data Transfer Pact, Attorneys Say

Timothy Toohey was quoted November 10, 2016 by Bloomberg BNA Privacy Law Watch discussing the implications of a Trump presidency on the EU-U.S. Data Transfer Pact or “Privacy Shield”. Passed in July 2016, the Privacy Shield...more

Privacy Tip #60 – Cybersecurity Tips for the New Administration

It is hard to stay focused after election night. Since the new administration has a dearth of plans, here are some tips for it to get a jumpstart on cybersecurity priorities....more

BakerHostetler Post-Election Analysis: The Revolution is Upon Us

In what was easily the most surprising upset in American history, Donald Trump won the election to become the 45th president. This detailed and timely analysis prepared by Mike Ferguson and our Federal Policy Team outlines...more

US Officially Blames Russia For DNC Hack

The United States (US) Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) issued a joint statement on Friday, October 7, 2016, publicly stating for the first time that the US...more

Brexit and Data Protection: The Impact on GDPR Compliance

As we wait for the UK to decide what arrangement it will seek with the European Union (the "EU") when it leaves, it may be useful to focus on what Brexit may mean for data protection. Two months after the European...more

Privacy Shield's Day After

Every generation eventually reaches a point (some might call it “early middle age”) where its formative years become the focus of widespread nostalgia. As indicated by the success of the recent Star Wars sequel and numerous...more

Brexit: Data protection issues for consideration

Three points you need to know - - Brexit does not have any immediate effect on UK data protection law. All the usual duties and compliance risks continue to apply...more

The European Commission Formally Adopts the Privacy Shield

The Privacy Shield heightens the level of scrutiny and the burden on organizations that voluntarily self-certify. On October 6, 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union invalidated the European Commission’s (the...more

9 Ways Brexit May Affect UK Compliance Regulations

After the UK’s momentous vote to leave the European Union, the country faces two years of exit negotiations and the re-drawing of regulations. So what might Brexit mean for ethics and compliance in the UK?...more

In the Matter of Microsoft: Why It Matters

On July 14, 2016, the Second Circuit released its decision in Microsoft Corp. v. United States, No. 14-2985, slip op. (2d Cir. July 14, 2016). The Second Circuit rejected the Government’s efforts to require Microsoft to turn...more

EU Article 31 Committee Approves EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Program – Client Alert – Wilson Elser

On April 5, 2016, Wilson Elser released a client alert that outlined the details of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield program, the proposed replacement for the Safe Harbor arrangement for transfers of EU citizens’ private data to...more

Brexit: Baroness Neville-Rolfe on Data Implications

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

The Privacy Shield: New Requirements for Lawful Trans-Atlantic Data Transfers

On July 12, 2016, the United States and European Union member states formally adopted the Trans-Atlantic Privacy Shield, a data transfer mechanism aimed to provide strict and clear consumer privacy protections. This Privacy...more

Data Protected? Europe Adopts the EU-US Privacy Shield

Following the recent approval by the Article 31 Committee (which includes representatives of the European Union (“EU”) Member States) of the final version of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield (“Privacy Shield”), the European...more

At Long Last, US-EU Privacy Shield Adopted By EU Member States

Key takeaways: .. The Privacy Shield will now go into effect. .. The preliminary start date for companies to be certified under the Privacy Shield is August 1, 2016. .. Expect more challenges to the Privacy Shield...more

European Commission Adopts the EU-US Privacy Shield

If your organization works with personal data across national borders, you may have felt a rumble as the global data privacy landscape shifted once again. On July 12, 2016, the European Commission formally approved the EU-US...more

What you need to know about the new EU-U.S. data transfer pact

In October 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”), in its Schems decision, struck down protections afforded by the 2000 CJEU “Safe Harbor Decision.” The Safe Harbor framework had established a system by...more

Privacy Shield get approval: certainty at last??

The European Commission yesterday issued an adequacy decision adopting the EU-US Privacy Shield, which replaces Safe Harbor as a framework for protecting European data transferred to the United States. Adoption had been...more

Brexit implications for data protection

On 23 June, the UK voted to leave the EU. But what does this mean for data protection risk for businesses operating in the UK or using the UK as their "gateway" to Europe or elsewhere?...more

EU-US Privacy Shield Approved

The EU-US Privacy Shield—successor to the invalidated Safe Harbor program for transatlantic transfers of EU personal data—was finally approved on July 12, 2016....more

The Impact Of Brexit On Implementation Of The GDPR In The UK

As many of you will have read in the international press, the British public has voted at an historic referendum to leave the European Union. There are wide-ranging implications for many areas of law, the economy and...more

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