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At A Glance: De-Identification, Anonymization, and Pseudonymization under the GDPR

by Bryan Cave on

De-identification of data refers to the process used to prevent personal identifiers—both direct and indirect—from being connected with information. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), which will replace the...more

New General Data Protection Regulations in European Union Has Cybersecurity Consequences

by Bennett Jones LLP on

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force on May 25, 2018. This new regulation replaces the current data protection law (Directive 95/46/EC) substantially and will bring important...more

China Drafts Legislative Rules Regarding Cross-border Data Transfers

by Morgan Lewis on

The draft legislation provides further guidance on the regulations provided in the recent cybersecurity law, including definitions and details on the security assessments required for cross-border data transfers....more

Bavarian DPA Has Released GDPR Implementation Audit Questionnaire

by Reed Smith on

The Bavarian Data Protection Authority (“Bavarian DPA”) has published an English-language version of a GDPR implementation audit questionnaire (“Questionnaire”). The Questionnaire has been previously released in...more

Blog: GDPR – Do I Need Consent to Process Personal Data?

by Cooley LLP on

If you are handling personal data of EU citizens, you will need some justification in order to do so. Under the new rules, the basic concept of consent has not changed, nor has its role as a lawful basis for processing...more

Investment Funds Update: Europe: Legal and regulatory updates for the funds industry from the key asset management centres and...

by Dechert LLP on

FCA Issues New Guidance on Cyber Resilience and Notification of Cyber Attacks - The FCA published a new page on its website providing informal guidance on cyber resilience on 18 May 2017. Following the recent global...more

An American Tech Company in King Brussels’ Court: A Cautionary Tale

by Poyner Spruill LLP on

The European Union’s antitrust regulator recently imposed a record €2.42 billion fine against Google, finding that the company had “abused its market dominance as a search engine by giving an illegal advantage to another...more

Subject Access Requests: ICO Publishes Updated Guidance

by Reed Smith on

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published an updated data subject access code of practice (the Code) to reflect developments following two major Court of Appeal judgments published in early 2017: Dawson-Damer...more

When CASL Consents Expire

I’ve been getting a lot of emails from law firms and other professional services firms warning me that if I do not confirm my subscription to their newsletters, they will stop sending them to me. These firms have...more

Preparing For and Responding to the Petya Ransomware Attack

While still reeling from last month’s WannaCry attack, organizations worldwide were hit with another global ransomware attack this week, June 27, 2017. The infection began inside the Ukraine but has quickly spread across four...more

China's State Secret Laws: Five Unique Risks for Working With SOEs

by Kobre & Kim on

Despite opening its borders, the Chinese state still controls certain industries through majority or sole ownership. To participate in these industries, multinational companies must often set up equity or contractual joint...more

Navigating the Uncertain Chinese Cybersecurity Law: What We Know and How to Steer Accordingly

by Alston & Bird on

As of June 1, 2017, China’s new Cybersecurity Law came into force. The Cybersecurity Law has broad implications for any company that does business in the country as the Chinese government has asserted even greater control...more

Blog: Introduction to Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation

by Cooley LLP on

What is it? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European law that will govern how companies (whether EU-based or not) use personal data. It replaces the existing law on use of personal data and comes into...more

PRC Cybersecurity Law: take action and monitor developments to avoid losing your China business

by DLA Piper on

The PRC Cybersecurity Law is three weeks old, and non-compliant international businesses are already facing severe consequences. Since 1 June, twenty-two people engaged by a global technology giant have been arrested, and...more

Increased focus on global privacy and data protection for Australian organisations

by DLA Piper on

With the continuing uncertainty following the UK general elections result, it will be interesting to see the new government's approach to Brexit and its future stance on European Union (EU) regulatory requirements,...more

Ten practical steps companies should take to implement GDPR

by Bryan Cave on

For those looking to implement GDPR ahead of time, here's a quick round up of the steps you should be looking to take. With the regulation only going into force 25 May 2018, there’s still time time to implement GDPR....more

Cross-Border Data Flows Security Assessments in China

by WilmerHale on

China has issued for public comment draft standard-like guidelines to govern cross-border data flows to further implement China's heightened concern over national security and cybersecurity, as embodied in the National...more

The EU’s New General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) – Global Companies New Compliance Test

by Michael Volkov on

Global companies face a daunting array of risks – anti-corruption, trade compliance, antitrust, and money laundering are just a few. The European Union, however, has escalated the data privacy issue right into the corporate...more

CIPL Produces Roadmap for Potential Certification Standards Under GDPR

by Reed Smith on

As part of its GDPR Implementation Project, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (‘CIPL’) has released a discussion paper on certifications, seals and marks. The paper stresses the benefits of certifications that can...more

Big Changes May Be Coming to Argentina’s Data Protection Laws

by Bryan Cave on

Two important changes are underway if you do business in Argentina. In 2003, Argentina was the first Latin American country to be recognized as an adequate country by the European Commission....more

The Cyberspace Administration of China Clarifies the Cybersecurity Law

by Dechert LLP on

At a press conference held on the eve of its launch, China’s Cybersecurity authority, the Cyberspace Administration of China (the “CAC”), provided clarification on some aspects of the Cybersecurity Law - notably on the...more

Amendments to Japan’s Act on the Protection of Personal Information Take Effect

by Morgan Lewis on

Asset management firms—both in Japan and abroad—may need to take quick action to comply with the amended Act....more

GDPR Compliance Update: Which Government Authorities Have Issued Official GDPR Guidance?

This post provides an update as to the current status of official GDPR-related guidance. With a little under a year remaining until the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes enforceable, companies...more

How to Comply with the New General Data Protection Regulation: A Q&A with Partner Gail Crawford and Counsel Ulrich Wuermeling

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

In less than one year, from 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR or Regulation) will become enforceable. The GDPR introduces a rigorous, far-reaching privacy framework for businesses that operate, target...more

The Countdown Begins for GDPR Compliance for EU Human Resources Data

On May 25, 2018, a short 12 months from now, employers must be in full compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) for EU human resources data. The GDPR requirements regarding...more

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