Handbook 2020

Handbook 2020 Available in digital and print versions

Handbook 2020

Global Data Review is delighted to publish this inaugural edition of the GDR Insight Handbook.

The handbook delivers specialist intelligence and research to our readers – general counsel, government agencies and private practitioners – who must navigate the world’s increasingly complex framework of legislation that affects how businesses handle their data.

The book’s comprehensive format provides in-depth analysis of the global developments in key areas of data law and their implications for multinational businesses. Experts from across Europe, the Americas and Asia consider the latest trends in privacy and cyber­security. Attention is also given to new legislation in the United States that regulates the use of artificial intelligence, and strict data localisation rules emerging in jurisdictions such as China. The handbook provides practical guidance on the implications for companies wishing to buy or sell data sets, and the intersection of privacy, data and antitrust. A chapter is dedicated to assessing how companies should respond to the GDPR enforcement regime.

In preparing this report, Global Data Review has worked with leading data lawyers and consultancy experts from around the world and we are grateful for all their cooperation and insight.

The information listed is correct as at October 2019. Although every effort has been made to ensure that all the matters of concern to readers are covered, data law is a complex and fast-changing field of practice, and therefore specific legal advice should always be sought. Subscribers to Global Data Review will receive regular updates on any changes to relevant laws over the coming year.

GDR Insight Handbook 2020 is included in hard copy as part of a GDR subscription. For extra copies or copies outside a subscription please contact [email protected]


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Introduction

Brazil: Privacy

China: Privacy

European Union: Privacy

Germany: Privacy

Japan: Privacy

Mexico: Privacy

Singapore: Privacy

United States: Privacy

China: Cybersecurity

England & Wales: Cybersecurity

Mexico: Cybersecurity

Singapore: Cybersecurity

United States: Cybersecurity

Data-driven M&A

European Union and United States: Antitrust and Data

United States: Artificial Intelligence

Responding to the GDPR Enforcement regime