GDR 100 Elite interviews: Osborne Clarke’s Flemming Moos and Ashley Hurst

Hamburg-based Osborne Clarke data practice head Flemming Moos and international head of tech, media and comms Ashley Hurst tell GDR about dark patterns, enforcement hotspots and the recent evolution of UK data protection litigation.

20 September 2022

One year on from DSL and PIPL: challenges for multinational companies

China has rapidly evolved its legal framework in the wake of the landmark Data Security Law and Personal Information Protection Law. Morgan Lewis & Bockius partners Todd Liao and Lesli Ligorner and associate Sylvia Hu map out what companies should do to comply with a raft of new requirements.

16 September 2022

Singapore data breach ruling unlikely to open floodgates

Observers say that confirmation that non-material harm caused by data breaches is actionable in Singapore is unlikely to lead to a significant uptick in litigation.

13 September 2022

Data Changemakers: Tanmay Singh

New Delhi-based Internet Freedom Foundation senior litigation counsel Tanmay Singh tells GDR that the lack of a comprehensive data protection framework in India makes litigation difficult, and that it remains tough to convince all members of the public that privacy is a human right.

26 August 2022

Data exploitation as an abuse of dominance

Ashurst competition partner Nigel Parr and data protection partner Rhiannon Webster analyse the impact of a recent European Court of Justice ruling on incumbent companies’ data practices.

18 August 2022

Data Changemakers: Caroline Wilson Palow

Privacy International legal director and general counsel Caroline Wilson Palow says transparency is the key to creating a productive dialogue between civil society and the private sector.

12 August 2022

Data Changemakers: Sarah Chander

European Digital Rights senior policy advisor and AI lead Sarah Chander says policymakers, industry and civil society groups need to rethink the notion of the digital rights holder and challenge the “computational infrastructure” of Big Tech.

05 August 2022

The UK’s new data bill dissected

The UK’s new Data Protection and Digital Information Bill will change various aspects of the country’s data protection landscape. Some of the bill’s amendments to UK data protection law are expected, but others are more of a surprise. GDR runs through the most crucial new developments.

25 July 2022

Travel rule puts data protection burden on crypto firms

Proposed new EU rules for crypto firms will require the industry to get to grips with handling significant quantities of sensitive customer data.

15 July 2022

How UK data protection reform could affect the life sciences sector

Covington & Burling’s Sam Jungyun Choi and Paul Maynard unpack the impact of the UK’s planned data reforms on the life sciences industry.

07 July 2022

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