The GDPR and EU digital data laws: Barriers to your decentralised clinical trials?

Sidley Austin partner Francesca Blythe and senior managing associates Lauren Cuyvers and Matthias Bruynseraede consider the impact of the GDPR and other incoming legislation on technology-assisted decentralised clinical trials.

26 May 2023

Special Report: Has the GDPR failed?

The EU's modern data protection framework is five years old. Was it a game changer or a flop?

25 May 2023

The two poles of generative AI regulation

The explosion in popularity of new generative AI models has been matched by swift regulatory action – at least in some quarters. But as authorities try to hit the moving target of large language models’ capabilities, it remains to be seen how new restrictions will affect the overall development of consumer AI tools.

03 May 2023

Andrea Jelinek: The exit interview

The end of Andrea Jelinek’s term as chair of the European Data Protection Board is drawing near. She tells GDR about the one-stop-shop, progress on the Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework, and harmonisation of member states’ national procedural laws.

02 May 2023

Indiana, Montana and Tennessee set to expand US privacy patchwork

In recent weeks three states have passed data privacy bills that grant more US residents privacy rights and further complicates corporate compliance.

28 April 2023

Data Changemakers: Carly Kind

Ada Lovelace Institute director Carly Kind says UK data reforms have wrongly diagnosed the problems with the GDPR and there is room for a UK answer to the EU’s AI Act.

21 April 2023

CCPA compliance check: employees as “consumers”

Morgan Lewis & Bockius partner Gregory Parks, of counsel Catherine North Hounfodji and associate Terese Schireson explore the new employee data rights and processing tasks required by the California Privacy Rights Act.

14 April 2023

GDR launches Plaintiff Leaders

GDR has published its first survey of plaintiff-side counsel who are driving private enforcement around the world.

31 March 2023

France plans new class action regime

New legislation could make France a more attractive jurisdiction for data protection class actions.

24 March 2023

Special Report: Civil society drives the GDPR

Activists are turning to litigation to force policy change. GDR tracks how NGO-led litigation is shifting the regulatory agenda and pushed the boundaries of European data protection law.

17 March 2023

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