Lacking bite

Reform may be on the way for Canada’s private sector data privacy landscape, following concerns that its enforcement regime lacks teeth.

06 September 2018

Land of little kings

What can the EU learn from Germany’s model of data protection enforcement?

01 September 2018

Brazil’s new data protection law

Fabio Ferreira Kujawski and Maíra Schweling Scala at Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados in São Paulo lay out the key features of Brazil’s new data protection legislation. After many years of debate, the Brazil’s Congress finally passed a data protection bill...

12 July 2018

Carpenter could lead to greater US data privacy rights

The US Supreme Court’s Carpenter v United States judgment extended privacy rights to a type of data that previously lacked such protection – potentially opening the door to future rulings expanding US data privacy rights even further. Carpenter extended Fourth Amendment protection...

03 July 2018

Where now for appropriate technical and organisational measures?

Terence Bergin QC and Quentin Tannock at 4 Pump Court in London consider the fallout of the Morrisons judgment by the High Court of England and Wales – and its consequences for technical and organisational measures.

24 May 2018