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Data Protection European Union

Automated Decision-Making Under the GDPR – A Right for Individuals or A Prohibition for Controllers?

by Hogan Lovells on

The complexity of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) is often alleviated by the guidance of regulatory authorities who contribute their practical interpretation of the black letter of the law and provide...more

Braced for Brexit

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As negotiations continue, so do business preparations. Change is almost inevitable but the extent, nature and timing is uncertain. How can such change be addressed in one-off transactions (e.g. M&A) and in on-going...more

EC To U.S.: The (Privacy Shield) Kids Are Alright.

by McCarter & English, LLP on

The Privacy Shield agreement struck between the European Commission (“EC”) and the U.S. Department of Commerce (“Commerce”) gave the EC a right of annual review to determine if all aspects of the Privacy Shield are being...more

The Data Report Episode 18: Privacy Shield

by Bilzin Sumberg on

Module Five: International Law (Part III) In this episode of The Data Report, Litigation attorney Jay Ward discusses compliance with the GDPR requirements. Jay examines "Privacy Shield," the framework that provides a set of...more

House of Lords Publishes Briefing on Data Protection Bill

by Reed Smith on

The House of Lords Library, which provides research and information services to Members of the House of Lords, has published a briefing on the Data Protection Bill (“Bill”) which sets out an overview of and reactions to the...more

GDPR Goes into Effect Next Year; Is Your Privacy Program Ready?

by Baker Donelson on

You and your company may be located in the United States, but if any of your employees or customers are citizens of European Union (EU) member states, the EU will soon have a say in the collection, processing, storage,...more

An English-Language Primer on Germany’s GDPR Implementation Statute: Part 4 of 5

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Over the past year, the German government has been working on legislation to implement the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). On July 6, 2017, Germany did so by passing a statute titled the Data Protection...more

Windows 10 Fails to “Go Dutch” When it Comes to Protecting Privacy: Data Privacy Trends

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According to Silicon (Windows 10 Data Collection Branded A Breach Of Dutch Privacy Law, written by Roland Moore-Colyer), the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) has declared that Windows 10 breaches the data protection law...more

EDPS Releases Recommendations on ePrivacy Regulation – Still a Long Way to Go

by Reed Smith on

We are only eight months away from the new EU data protection regime entering into force. In addition to the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), which includes the general data protection provisions, the ePrivacy...more

Proposal for a Regulation on the Free Flow of Non-personal Data in the EU

by Reed Smith on

The European Commission has issued a proposal for a new Regulation on the free flow of non-personal data (“the Proposal”). The Commission adopted a Communication in January 2017 on “Building a European Data Economy”, in...more

Drones Over Europe: A Regulatory Overview

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The Situation: Interest in drone technology continues to grow across Europe....more

Privacy Perils: Reality Check - Your Information is Not Secure

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

As we all know, over the past few years there have been a host of data breaches by entities that most of us expected would safeguard that information. The latest loss of roughly 150 million Americans' personal information is...more

The Data Report Episode 17: What the GDPR Means for American Companies

by Bilzin Sumberg on

Module Five: International Law (Part II) In this episode of The Data Report, Litigation attorney Jay Ward expands his discussion on the GDPR, examining what it means for American companies and how thoughtful steps can be...more

Teleworking in Europe and Personal Data Protection

by Bryan Cave on

The development of teleworking in Europe has increased the requirement for the protection of personal data. If those two subjects are complementary, they shall not overshadow the other aspects of working relationships’...more

The connected car: How European data protection, smart transport systems, and competition law intersect

by Hogan Lovells on

In this hoganlovells.com interview, partner Winston Maxwell and counsel Gianni De Stefano discuss how European data protection, smart transport systems, and competition law intersect and the impact they will have on the...more

Data Protection: Patient confidentiality in the age of AI

by DLA Piper on

In our previous article, we considered a typical collaboration between a healthcare institution and a developer of an digital diagnostic system using machine learning or some other form of artificial intelligence. The...more

Schrems Redux: What's the Future for Transatlantic Data Transfers?

by Bryan Cave on

What Now? With its decision on Tuesday 3 October 2017 referring a preliminary question on the validity of the European Union’s “standard contractual clauses” (“SCC”) regime to the Court of Justice of the European Union...more

The Data Report Episode 16: The GDPR

by Bilzin Sumberg on

Module Five: International Law (Part I) In this episode, Litigation attorney Jay Ward introduces module five, a four-part series on international law. Jay explores the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation...more

Customer Data Collection: GDPR Changes Everything.

by Ifrah PLLC on

Beginning on May 25, 2018, companies which process the personal data of European Union residents will be expected to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR. Even companies located in the United States...more

Will the EU box itself in? Fate of Standard Contractual Clauses (aka the Model Clauses) for personal data transfers is now in the...

Executive summary: The EU’s standard contractual clauses may be on the fast track to invalidation, putting a vast number of personal data transfers from the EEA at risk. A case brought by Maximilian Schrems (whose first...more

UK Data Protection Bill Published

by King & Spalding on

On September 13, 2017, the UK Data Protection Bill (the “Bill”) was introduced in the House of Lords. The UK government announced its intention to propose new legislation to update existing UK data protection law (namely the...more

The Digital Download - Alston & Bird’s Privacy & Data Security Newsletter - October 2017

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An English-Language Primer on Germany’s GDPR Implementation Statute. Expanding on his recent article for Bloomberg BNA, Alston & Bird associate Dan Felz offers a multipart primer on Germany’s new GDPR implementation statute....more

Irish High Court Refers Facebook’s Data Case to the European Court of Justice

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In what it considered “an unusual case”, the Irish High Court has referred the issue of the way data is transferred between the EU and countries outside the EU to the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”). Ms....more

Schrems II Judgment Rendered

A 152 page judgment was rendered on October 3, 2017 by the Irish High Court in Schrems II: DPC v Facebook Final. Nor surprisingly, the court decided to refer the case to the Court of Justice of the European Union to make...more

GDPR D-Day: If Not Prepared, It Could Cost You Europe

by Ifrah PLLC on

GDPR D-Day: May 25, 2018. If you are not prepared, the results could cost you Europe. In the U.S., we’ve had a pretty business-friendly approach to consumer data protection. And while federal and state authorities have...more

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