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Hogan Lovells Publications

International Product Liability Review - Issue 60

The International Product Liability Review provides quarterly updates and comment from around the world on legal developments in the field of product liability and product safety.

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Vehicle Cybersecurity and Privacy Legislation Introduced

On July 21, 2015, Sens. Edward Markey (D-MA) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) introduced legislation directing the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Federal Trade...

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Recent Developments Regarding the Legality of Government Data Collection Efforts

Two federal appeals courts recently published significant opinions that redefine the scope of government access to phone records, setting the stage for a complex debate in Congress over the ...

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Global Media and Communications Quarterly – Autumn 2014

This issue of the GMC Quarterly looks at the potential impact of recent and upcoming changes in telecommunications and broadcasting laws in various jurisdictions.

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Antitrust Competition and Economic Regulation E-alert : EU Data Protection Supervisor's workshop examines role of privacy in merger reviews and competition investigations

Should privacy issues be part of merger review and competition investigations?

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2014 Intelligence Authorization Act Requires Contractors to Report Cybersecurity Breaches

On Monday, 7 July, the President signed into law the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 (Pub. L. 113-126), which requires intelligence contractors with security...

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Pan-American Governmental Access to Data in the Cloud

Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, and Peru. "Governmental access," as that term is used here, includes access by all types of law enforcement authorities and other governmental...

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EU High Court Grants "Right to Be Forgotten" and Expands Privacy Jurisdiction Over Foreign Companies: What Should Businesses Operating Outside of Europe Do Now?

In a landmark ruling last week, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) held that search engines can be forced to remove certain search results if they link to Web pages that contain...

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