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First settlement under DOJ cyber fraud initiative hints at more to come

Lawyers say the US Department of Justice and federal regulators are increasingly investigating companies’ cybersecurity measures.

08 April 2022

Women in Data 2022: moving quickly

Common themes emerged across the 46 profiles featured in Women in Data 2022. In the second of a series of articles, GDR examines how the ubiquity of data and the field’s uniquely rapid pace of change have affected practitioners.

08 April 2022

Women in Data 2022: A new field

Common themes emerged across the 46 profiles featured in Women in Data 2022. In the first of a series of articles, GDR showcases how the relative youth of the data field has wide implications – both positive and negative.

07 April 2022

GDR launches Women in Data 2022

The second edition of Global Data Review’s Women in Data spotlights women at the cutting edge of legislation, regulation and technology around the world.

31 March 2022

Sanctions breed uncertainty for data

With new waves of sanctions coming thick and fast from Western governments, data and cloud providers are working under the fog of war.

08 March 2022

The UK TikTok claim unpacked

Recently-released court documents have revealed further detail about the UK GDPR class action against TikTok, which has become the leading example of UK opt-out data protection litigation.

02 March 2022

Belgian DPA fine sends shockwaves across the adtech industry

The Belgian Data Protection Authority’s Transparency and Consent Framework (TCF) decision has made a bid to “restore order to the online advertising industry”. If upheld on appeal, says Linklaters partner Guillaume Couneson, the decision will affect the entire adtech ecosystem.

22 February 2022

GDR 100 Elite interviews: Covington & Burling's Lindsey Tonsager

In the first of a series of GDR 100 2022 Elite practice head interviews, San Francisco-based Covington & Burling privacy and cybersecurity co-chair Lindsey Tonsager spoke to GDR about weathering the pace of change, the possible impacts of the FTC’s rulemaking process, and why cross-border data transfers are the most pressing issue facing companies today.

18 February 2022

GDR unpacks the overhaul of Australian privacy law

Reform of Australia's Privacy Act is finally underway. GDR’s latest Special Report identifies the key aspects of an extensive update.

11 February 2022

Florida privacy legislation to hinge on enforcement debate – again

Florida’s legislature surprised observers in 2021 with how close it came to passing privacy legislation. An expert involved in last year’s debate gives it a coin flip as to whether lawmakers will finish what they started.

19 January 2022

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