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This is the first post in our  “Compliance Chat” series.  Each post will feature a lightly edited  conversation with a compliance professional. In April, I spoke with  Paul DiVecchio about the impact of Covid-19 on the export compliance industry. Paul, the principal of the Boston-based DiVecchio & Associates, has provided export compliance consulting services to U.S. exporters for nearly 40 years.…
Last May, I had an interesting discussion with my friend and mentor on all things related to export compliance, Paul DiVecchio. Paul, the principal of the Boston-based DiVecchio & Associates, has provided export compliance consulting services to U.S. exporters for nearly 40 years. The story he told me is something that might keep export compliance officers up at night, and it has stuck in my head ever since.  Now that I have this blog, I’d…
The “Right to be Forgotten” has sailed across the Atlantic.  From its origin in a 2014 CJEU case involving Google and subsequent codification in the GDPR, it has now entered the U.S. data privacy landscape in the form of the CCPA’s “Right to Deletion.” While there are important differences between the two, both essentially allow a data subject (or “consumer,” in the CCPA’s terminology) to ask a data controller (or “business,” in CCPA language)…