A stricter regime for profiling07 June 2016
IAPP Piece Explores Jurisdictional Implications of French Court’s Privacy/Hate Speech Dilemma
In a detailed analysis of the court's order for the IAPP Privacy Perspectives blog, Chris Wolf of Hogan Lovells' Washington, DC office and Winston Maxwell of the Paris office describe how the order, issued directly by the French court to California-based Twitter, which does not have a French establishment, implicates jurisdictional issues and calls into question the use of anonymity as a privacy shield to post hate speech online.
The Regulation aims to strengthen the rights of individuals. It does so by retaining rights that already exist under the Data Protection Directive and introducing the new rights of data...06 June 2016
Grounds for processing03 June 2016