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Reexamining the GDPR’s Territorial Scope

Key Takeaways From the European Data Protection Board’s New Guidance In November 2019, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) issued its final guidance on territorial scope of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), following release of the draft guidelines in November 2018 and a lengthy public consultation period. Comparing the final and draft versions provides … Continue Reading

EU Updates: ePrivacy Regulation Inches Forward, EDPB Issues Guidance on Interplay Between GDPR and ePrivacy Directive

Adoption of the ePrivacy Regulation Introduced in 2017, and originally slated to go into effect with the GDPR (on May 25, 2018), it now appears the ePrivacy Regulation will not be implemented before late 2021. With the Romanian Presidency’s oversight of the Council of the European Union passing to Finland as of July 1, and … Continue Reading

“No Deal” Brexit May Bring Practical Problems for Privacy and Data Protection

With a “No Deal” Brexit seeming more likely than ever after the UK Parliament voted down a proposed deal in January 2019, concerns are rapidly multiplying about the effects of such a withdrawal from the EU for organizations doing business in the UK, and how those organizations will address numerous practical issues, privacy and data … Continue Reading
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