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UK ABPI transfer of value disclosures: transitioning from consent to legitimate interests

UK pharmaceutical companies have historically relied upon consent as the lawful basis for the disclosure of healthcare professionals’ personal data relating to transfers of value....


Hogan Lovells contributes to UK government consultation on data protection reform

Informed by many years of practice and our global perspective of data protection law, Hogan Lovells’ Privacy and Cybersecurity team have contributed to the public consultation on...


Key features of the new Rwandan data protection law

On 13 October 2021, almost two years after the adoption of a bill on data protection, Rwanda's first data protection legislation, Law No. 058/2021 Relating to the Protection of Personal ...


Staying Ahead of the Hack: New Cybersecurity Requirements on the Horizon for Trains and Planes

Imagine a country paralyzed by the inability — even for just one day — to move people or goods by rail or by plane.


New proposed privacy rules for global companies conducting business in Australia

The Australian Government has released draft legislation aimed at ensuring Australia’s privacy law remains well equipped to tackle the next digital era.


CISA issues autonomous ground vehicle cybersecurity guide

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), an agency within the Department of Homeland Security, recently issued an Autonomous Ground Vehicle Security Guide (Guide)....


Upcoming Privacy and Cybersecurity events - November

Keep up to date on latest Privacy and Cybersecurity trends by attending the events our lawyers are participating in this month. Notably, members of our global Privacy and Cybersecurity ...


Data Governance Act. Blowing away barriers to accessing data held by public entities

The European Union has already enacted several Directives to allow (or mandate) the possibility for companies to access and re-use the data held by EU public administrations in the European ...


Dutch supervisory authority rejects license application for blacklist permit

The Dutch data protection authority (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens or AP) has rejected the license application of a Dutch association of small and medium enterprises (VODIOM associations) to...

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