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Is data centre security regulated enough? UK government issues call for views

United Kingdom - June 29 2022 The UK's data storage infrastructure includes a significant number of physical data centres, which house computer systems storing large amounts of…

James Parker

Podcast Episode: Class Action and Regulatory Trends: Significant Developments and Predictions

United Kingdom, USA - May 26 2022 In this episode, Paul Glass, head of Cybersecurity in the UK, is joined by Teresa Michaud, co-chair of the North America Class Action subgroup, and…

Teresa H. Michaud, Stephen E. Reynolds

Global: TMT Looking Ahead 2022 - Tech Regulation and Compliance

USA - March 9 2022 The Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) industry drives the rapid pace and scope of digital transformation through new strategies and the…

Lothar Determann, Mara Ghiorghies, Jeffrey Martino, Jessica Nall, Michaela Nebel, Bradford Newman, Stephen E. Reynolds

Understanding and Protecting against Cyber Risk in Today’s World

United Kingdom - March 7 2022 Heightened geopolitical global activity can lead to an increase in cyber risk for businesses. “Grey zone” and “hybrid” are two terms relating to…

Lloyd v Google LLC - what limits are there on data protection class actions?

United Kingdom - November 18 2021 In a recent judgment, the UK Supreme Court unanimously refused to give permission for a litigant to serve a claim form outside of the jurisdiction in…

Natasha Denton, James Parker