Features

Q+A: IAB Europe's Townsend Feehan

Townsend Feehan leads the European arm of the Interactive Advertising Bureau, which lobbies on behalf of the digital advertising industry. She spoke to GDR about freely-given consent, proper enforcement and the views of European regulators.

28 October 2020

Canada’s data privacy overhaul: the view from the provinces

Canada’s federal and provincial governments are modernising their data privacy frameworks – meaning virtually every private sector privacy statute is being rewritten. In the second of a two-article series, Dentons partner Kirsten Thompson dissects proposed changes in British Columbia, Quebec and Ontario.

28 October 2020

Canada’s data privacy overhaul: federal changes

Canada’s federal and provincial governments are modernising their data privacy frameworks – meaning virtually every private sector privacy statute is being rewritten. In the first of a two-article series, Dentons partner Kirsten Thompson maps the changes at the federal level.

27 October 2020

Riding the tidal wave: put your life jacket on

Data privacy class actions in Europe are here to stay. In the final article of a four-part series, Bird & Bird partner Bryony Hurst sets out how organisations can stay as dry as possible when the data protection class action tidal wave hits.

26 October 2020

Riding the tidal wave: who’s taken a dip so far?

Data privacy class actions in Europe are here to stay. In the third article of a four-part series, Bird & Bird partner Bryony Hurst highlights key cases that have already been filed across Europe.

23 October 2020

Riding the tidal wave: claimants choose their swimming lanes

Data privacy class actions in Europe are here to stay. In the second article of a four-part series, Bird & Bird partner Bryony Hurst picks out the EU member states that are likely to become popular litigation forums.

22 October 2020

Riding the tidal wave: on the way up

Data privacy class actions in Europe are here to stay. In the first article of a four-part series, Bird & Bird partner Bryony Hurst explores the rise in class actions and how the waters are still muddy for claimants.

21 October 2020

Bolsonaro finally appoints DPA directors, but privacy advocates voice concerns

Brazil’s government has finally appointed decision-makers at its Data Protection Authority – but observers say the military-laden board, which has little experience with data privacy, might not properly enforce the LGPD.

20 October 2020

Five key takeaways from the British Airways fine

The landmark British Airways GDPR fine contains a wealth of insight for data lawyers. GDR highlights key issues that practitioners and their clients need to know.

19 October 2020

DIFC Data Protection Law: GDPR 2.0?

Addleshaw Goddard managing associate Annabelle Gold-Caution maps key differences between the GDPR and the Dubai International Financial Centre’s new data protection legislation – which may address criticisms of the EU framework.

13 October 2020

Get unlimited access to all Global Data Review content