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Court data illustrates the effects of Lloyd v Google and Warren v DSG on the data breach litigation market, which may have to adapt in 2022.
10 January 2022
The Republic of Rwanda’s new data protection law is based on the GDPR, but with a different approach to international data transfers that reflects the country's digital ambitions.
07 January 2022
2021 was a lively year for all things data. GDR rounds up the stories that resonated the most with our subscribers.
13 December 2021
Subscribers can now access the second edition of the only global ranking of the world’s best data law firms.
10 December 2021
Several recent US court decisions have put insurers on the hook for ransomware attacks, threatening to upend an area of law that was thought to be settled.
09 December 2021
The Council of Europe’s Convention 108 committee has adopted a new framework to protect privacy and personal data during efforts to tackle sport competition manipulation.
08 December 2021
In the wake of Lloyd v Google, Keller Lenkner UK’s head of data breach Kingsley Hayes says PECR could become a powerful tool for claimants.
01 December 2021
Taylor Wessing senior counsel Michael Yates examines the fallout of Lloyd v Google.
24 November 2021
The US has responded to the increasing size and consequence of ransomware attacks by throwing the full weight of its national security state at the problem.
18 November 2021
Richard Lloyd’s loss of a groundbreaking class action against Google may be a bad day for lawyers and litigation funders, but the Supreme Court ruling may yet allow some other class actions to go ahead.
10 November 2021
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