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The European Commission is using ECJ data retention case law as an argument against concerns that the draft adequacy agreement with the US does nothing to change the surveillance practices of US law enforcement.
31 January 2023
The EDPB has named a lack of bargaining power on the part of public authorities as one of the factors pushing those bodies towards unfavourable and possibly illegal cloud service solutions.
23 January 2023
As an adequacy decision for the US winds through EU institutions, Privacy Shield-certified companies should only need to make minor modifications to receive certification under the planned EU-US Data Privacy Framework.
20 January 2023
A Manhattan procedural judge has ordered a crypto organisation to disclose data held in China to class action plaintiffs, adding to a growing number of cases in which companies have had to risk data protection enforcement in order to comply with US discovery.
16 January 2023
Microsoft will start a phased rollout of its ‘EU Data Boundary’ from 1 January to public sector and commercial customers.
15 December 2022
Rohan Massey, David Chen, Christopher Foo and Pauline Tang of Ropes & Gray analyse and compare key international transfer documents in the EU and Chinese data protection regimes.
14 December 2022
The European Commission has proposed that an adequacy agreement be granted to the Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework, the first step towards reopening transatlantic data flows – but activist groups have already said that they will challenge the final product.
13 December 2022
Portugal’s data protection authority has fined the country’s National Statistics Authority €4.3 million for five breaches of the GDPR made while carrying out the 2021 census – including unlawful international transfers.
12 December 2022
Two months into her tenure as the new head of the Berlin data protection authority, Meike Kamp tells GDR her views on the new Privacy Shield replacement and how ongoing questions about the GDPR’s interpretation should be resolved.
09 December 2022
A consortium of industry bodies has urged EU authorities to reconsider new rules for the procurement of cloud services, warning that the measures could conflict with international agreements and Brussels’ own rules.
01 December 2022
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