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EU’s Ruling Not “To Be Forgotten” Anytime Soon

Last week, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that individuals have the “right to be forgotten.” In other words, individuals have the right to control their data and can ask search engines to remove links to...more

Europe Under Review: Part 7 Of 8 – Privacy Governance

As the next in our series of “back to privacy basics”, we look at the rules regarding privacy governance. As we will do throughout this series, we take a look at the current position and what is best practice for an...more

Court of Justice of the European Union Finds Individuals Have a “Right to be Forgotten” Under Data Protection Law

Court defines its territorial reach and obliges Google to remove “old” unwanted personal data from web search results - In a landmark ruling on 13 May 2014,1 the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”), the...more

The Skinny on the White House Big Data Report

While the public debate on privacy has largely focused on how government, particularly the intelligence community, collects, stores, and uses data, President Obama earlier this year announced a comprehensive review of the...more

Europe Under Review: Part 5 Of 8 – Data Security

In the fifth instalment of our “Europe under Review” series, we will look at current data privacy laws and best practice in the UK in relation to data security, and, briefly, the impact of the new Data Protection Regulation....more

International Privacy - 2013 Year in Review - Central and South America

1. Costa Rica - On March 5, 2013, Costa Rica’s data protection law, originally passed in 2011, came into force. The law, the Ley Protección de la Persona frente al tratamiento de sus datos personales, Law...more

International Privacy - 2013 Year in Review - Asia

1. China - China’s Personal Information Protection Law Proposal was submitted to the State Council in 2008, which was followed by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology’s non-binding Internet...more

The Draft EU General Data Protection Regulation: Where We Are Now and Where We Are Going

On October 25, 2013, the European Council concluded that the new Data Protection Framework should be adopted in a timely manner in order to strengthen consumer and business trust in Europe’s digital economy. The Council did,...more

European Parliament Adopts Compromise Amendments on Data Protection Regulation

Introduction - On October 21, 2013, the European Parliament's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE Committee) held its long-awaited vote and adopted compromise amendments that would modify the...more

Monitoring Your Own Behaviour – Guidance for Insurers on the Use of Telematics

As businesses across the economic spectrum seek to develop personalized pricing strategies, the insurance sector continues to lead the way with renewed impetus behind telematics-based insurance offerings. As...more

Mexico's New Privacy Notice Guidelines Require Immediate Action

On April 17, 2013, Mexico's new Privacy Notice Guidelines will go into effect. The Guidelines impose extensive requirements for furnishing adequate data privacy notices and obtaining consent before personal data is collected...more

Privacy Update - January 2013

In This Update: - Video Privacy Protection Act Amended to Allow Sharing of Online Viewing Histories Through Social Media Platforms - New State Laws Prohibit Employers From Requesting Social Media Passwords From...more

New Binding Corporate Rules Now Available for Data Processors

In a further push towards “privacy by design,” the Article 29 Working Party, which is made up of representatives from the various EU data protection authorities, has recently approved the use of Binding Corporate Rules...more

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