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What the Executive Order and the EU-US DPF mean for companies DataGuidance

In the fourth quarter of 2022, new hope emerged for transatlantic data flows with a pair of significant developments in the effort by the EU and the US governments to adopt a new mechanism...

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Proposed CPRA regulations finalized; CPPA targets April effective date IAPP

This article includes discussion on the final rulemaking package and long-awaited legal certainty related to the proposed regulations of the California Consumer Privacy Act and California...

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A Sensitive Time for Location Data: Tips to address new rules and vendor standards Cybersecurity Law Report

This article, the second in a two-part series, breaks down the new state law requirements on location data, examines the potential impact of a new standard about redacting sensitive places...


Impact of European Commission support for EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework and next steps

On 13 December 2022, the European Commission (“EC”) published its draft adequacy decision for the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework (“DPF”) that is intended to foster...


New Hope for EU-US Data Transfer Mechanism Following White House Executive Order

The White House has issued its Executive Order on Enhancing Safeguards for United States Signal Intelligence Activities (“EO”), which provides additional due process protections ...


Turkish Data Protection Law – key considerations for global companies

In this video for our Global Data Protection Review series, Julian Flamant discusses Turkish data protection law with our counsel contact in Turkey, Selin Ozbek Cittone, managing partner of ...


EU and US on course to adopt Schrems II-compliant transfers framework

On March 25, 2022, The European Commission and the United States Government announced they had “agreed in principle” on a new Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework...


California AG enlists residents to send CCPA noncompliance letters

On July 19, California’s recently appointed Attorney General, Rob Bonta, launched an interactive tool to aid consumers with drafting notices of noncompliance for businesses who fail...


CPRA countdown: Updated transparency obligations and opt-out rights

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) will require businesses to update their privacy notices with additional disclosures and post website links that allow consumers to exercise their...

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