Former Hong Kong privacy enforcer Carmen Tang has become a partner at Hugill & Ip.
A group of more than 100 organisations have urged Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg to resist calls from top government officials in the US, UK and Australia for Facebook to curtail its plans to implement end-to-end encryption across its messaging services.
Data protection and IT veteran Anthony Lee has joined Rosenblatt as the firm’s head of commercial and IP.
White & Case’s 45-lawyer partner promotion round includes technology specialists Erin Hanson and Alex Touma.
LinkedIn has urged a US federal appeals court to reconsider a decision that allowed a startup to scrape its users’ data – claiming the ruling could have “seismic implications” for internet privacy.
Romania’s data regulator has fined Raiffeisen Bank and Vreau Credit after the credit rating agency leaked personal data to the bank.
Facebook smeared an academic ensnared in the Cambridge Analytica scandal in order to protect its data-based business model, according to a defamation lawsuit.
A High Court procedural judge has found that covert recordings of medical examinations taken for use as evidence in a lawsuit are not affected by the GDPR, as they fall under its personal use exemption.
Those who hoped for business-friendly CCPA regulations may have been disappointed on Thursday when California Attorney General Xavier Beccera released proposed rules for the impending state privacy law.
Ireland’s government has breached EU law by awarding the country’s data protection watchdog a fraction of the budget it had requested, the European Commission has been told.