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In wake of the Schrems II, CNIL challenges use of Microsoft cloud storage to host public health data lakes (the Health Data Hub case – Part 1)

On October 8, 2020, France’s data protection authority (CNIL) provided the French Administrative Supreme Court (Conseil d’Etat) with a brief presenting its arguments against the ...

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Hong Kong relaxes regulations on TV and radio advertising
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In September 2020, the Communications Authority (CA) in Hong Kong announced its revised advertising codes which relax the restrictions on advertisements of real properties on television and ...

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BCR and Brexit - A practical way forward

At the end of July, and so with only five months remaining until the end of the transition period, the EDPB issued an information note for companies that have the ICO as their lead...

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Treasury Department issues ransomware guidance in response to significant uptick in ransomware attacks

In response to the significant rise in ransomware attacks since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and just in time for Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the Department of the Treasury’s ...

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Regulatory Heatmap for Retail Banking and FinTech
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An interactive map that outlines the regulatory frameworks in the retail banking and financial industry in Asia Pacific, covering topics such as FinTech, consumer lending, payment...

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What does the CCPA's "purpose limitation" mean for businesses? IAPP Privacy Advisor

In a provision that has not yet received much attention, the California Consumer Privacy Act imposed the fair information principle of “purpose limitation” on businesses subject ...

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California Governor vetoes bill to establish the Genetic Information Privacy Act

California’s “Genetic Information Privacy Act” (SB 980), vetoed on September 25, 2020 by Governor Gavin Newsom, would have established obligations for direct-to-consumer...

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Unspoken truths about Schrems II

One of the most remarkable things about the Schrems II decision has been the truly deafening amount of noise it has generated.Some have boldly claimed that transfers of data from the...

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