In a move praised by lawyers, the UK government has released a code of practice to help Internet of Things companies embed security into the design of their devices.
France’s CNIL has become the first data protection watchdog in Europe to adopt “absolutely necessary” standards for Data Protection Officer certification.
The DOJ’s former counsel for cyber investigations, Scott Ferber, has rejoined King & Spalding as a partner in Washington, DC.
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Blake Morgan partner Simon Stokes analyses what a no-deal Brexit could mean for database rights in the UK.
Brazil’s president Michel Temer vetoed the creation of a new data protection authority last month, but observers expect him or his successor to set up a new data regulator through separate legislation. GDR takes a look at the candidates being touted for key positions at the new body.
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Canadian reforms: There are concerns that Canada’s enforcement regime lacks teeth – reform may be on the way.
Brazil's new legislation: Experts lay out the key features of Brazil’s new data protection legislation.
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