Data protection regulators will seldom – if ever – overlook data documentation requirements, regardless of company size, according to Osborne Clarke partner Ulrich Baumgartner.
A German court has rejected yet another request by the US Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers to reconsider previous decisions refusing to force one of its registrars to continue collecting data.
Lawyers trying to exit the US bankruptcy proceedings of Cambridge Analytica as no-one is left at the company to instruct them have been told they need to wait until a court-appointed trustee selects a corporate representative to assist him with the company’s liquidation.
One of Brazil’s leading data protection experts, Marcel Leonardi, has joined Pinheiro Neto from Google.
Privacy campaigners have filed complaints with the UK and Irish data protection authorities against widespread advertising technology industry practices and the guidelines and frameworks that govern them.
Charmian Aw has become the newest member of Reed Smith’s IP, tech and data group after over a decade at Singaporean firm Drew & Napier.
The UK government has urged businesses to prepare standard contractual clauses for data transfers with the EU in case the UK leaves the bloc without a formal agreement in place.
European Court of Human Rights judges have ruled that two key parts of the UK's pre-2016 communications and metadata surveillance programme infringed privacy rights.
The European Parliament has voted through amendments to the incoming Copyright Directive aimed at shoring up content creators’ rights online, but some observers fear the new rules could censor the internet and place onerous requirements on platform operators.