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The new GDR quarterly - Download your copy!

The new GDR quarterly - Download your copy!

The new GDR quarterly - Download your copy!

The new GDR quarterly - Download your copy!

IAB and ICO clashed over adtech legal basis, documents show

European adtech trade body the Interactive Advertising Bureau clashed with the UK Information Commissioner’s Office over the lawful basis for processing cookies data, documents seen by GDR show.

CCPA adds complexity to M&A, lawyers warn

The California Consumer Privacy Act places restrictions on the use of data obtained through mergers and acquisitions, according to lawyers familiar with the issue.

Dutch watchdog says tax authority failed to secure data

The Dutch tax authority has fixed flaws in its system that left troves of highly sensitive information unprotected, following an investigation by the country’s data regulator.

Features

Peeling back the mask

Traditionally, hacking victims wanting to retaliate have had little choice but to rely on law enforcement. Now, a growing band of them are increasingly turning to the US court system – and the extensive discovery powers it endows – to take matters into their own hands. In late 2017 and early 2018,...

Breaking open the black box

Concerns over the ethics of AI have led to a flurry of white papers and policy recommendations from governments and businesses. But will they be a precursor for regulation? In a 2018 UK House of Lords report on artificial intelligence, one contributor let a little frustration slip into her submission....

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2019.3 Magazine

Features: Peeling back the mask. Breaking open the black box. Paving the way. Mixed messages from Poland.

Survey: Women in data.

Interviews: Patricia Poku, Wojciech Wiewiórowski & Sophie Kwasny

Bar surveys: Spain

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