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Please click here to read the latest data privacy alert from the Squire Patton Boggs Data Privacy & Cybersecurity team. This week’s alert covers news from France, Germany, the UK and the US. France Use of Email Content for Marketing Purpose Requires Consent on a Yearly Basis Germany “Netzwerk Datenschutzexpertise” Issues Report on Right of Standing for Consumer Associations in Privacy Issues Bavarian Data Protection Authority Presents Activity Report for 2015/2016 UK ICO Imposes £70,000…
Please click here to read the latest data privacy alert from the Squire Patton Boggs Data Protection & Cybersecurity team. This week’s alert covers news from the EU, Germany and the United States. EU New Regulation Proposed to Ensure Privacy in Electronic Communications Germany Bavarian Data Protection Authority Informs on Marketing in the GDPR Context German Lawyers’ Association Takes Stand on the Issue of Data Ownership United States Email Privacy Act Again Before US Congress…
Please click here to read the latest data privacy alert from the Squire Patton Boggs Data Protection & Cybersecurity team. This week’s alert covers news from the UK and the USA. United Kingdom Investigatory Powers Act Challenged in Court of Justice for the European Union United States New York Department of Financial Services Issues Revised Cybersecurity Regulation Privacy Implications of 21st Century Cures Act Case Under Illinois Biometric Privacy Law Settled For more information on…
Please click here to read the latest data privacy alert from the Squire Patton Boggs Data Protection & Cybersecurity team. This week’s alert covers news from the UK, Germany, France and the US. UK Investigatory Powers Bill One Step Closer to Royal Assent Gambling Websites Warned About Using Personal Data Germany Data Protection Authorities Examine Data Transfers France France issues new clinical trial and medical research norms US Russian Court Upholds LinkedIn Block Annette Demmel (Germany)…
As we predicted  last week, the European Commission has moved swiftly to issue an adequacy decision that formally adopts an agreement finalized with the US Department of Commerce in June concerning arrangements to legitimize the transfer of EU personal data to the US. The much anticipated “EU-US Privacy Shield” arrangements will replace the Safe Harbor regime, which was invalidated by the EU Court of Justice (CJEU) in October 2015. Please see our alert for details…