UK-EU withdrawal deal sets out status of data protection post Brexit

The UK cabinet has signed off on a draft withdrawal agreement setting out how data protection rules will apply once the UK leaves the European Union.

Baker Donelson boosts cybersecurity practice

Baker Donelson has added a data protection lawyer to its cybersecurity and business litigation practices in Florida.

Data thief jailed in first for UK privacy watchdog

The first prosecution brought by the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) under the Computer Misuse Act has resulted in a six-month jail term for a car repair company employee.

Features

Data breaches: beyond the ICO into the big bucks

King & Spalding partner Angela Hayes and counsel Kim Roberts in London examine the fallout of recent data breach cases – and what to expect beyond enforcement by the UK’s data privacy watchdog.

Beyond the headline fines: preparing for post-GDPR ICO scrutiny and enforcement

As fines grab the headlines, Debevoise & Plimpton London partners Karolos Seeger and Jane Shvets and associate Robert Maddox analyse the UK data protection watchdog’s new investigative powers.

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40 under 40 - 2018

GDR profiles the younger generation of data lawyers: names you need to know.

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40 Under 40: The world's leading young data law specialists.

German enforcement: What can the EU learn from Germany’s attempt to harmonise its data protection law and enforcement?

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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