Global Data Review is the only publication that analyses the law and regulation of the use and trade of data around the world.
Through daily news and regular in-depth features, GDR investigates how companies gather, monetise, trade and protect their data as well as comply with the law.
Lawyers working in the digital economy need to be attuned to a wide range of traditional practice areas, and GDR anchors this rapidly-developing field of law with one information source and community touchpoint, across the spectrum of data privacy, cybersecurity, IP, IT and TMT.
As companies increasingly see all their data needs as closely intertwined, and this practice area coalesces, GDR will provide the need-to-know information for in-house teams and the lawyers who advise them.
GDR informs risk assessment with daily news and analysis of countries enforcing more actively and trend-setting cases that create new risk of follow-on litigation. We profile and benchmark key players in the market, tracking and ranking progress in the field with annual surveys including the signature GDR 100 (for launch in 2020).
GDR’s cross-border coverage and reference tools enable you to identify enforcement differences across jurisdictions. From 2020, GDR Live will bring together key figures in a series of events generating debate on the latest issues and opinions in this field.
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