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Misunderstandings, Panic and Priorities in the Year of the GDPR

European Union - February 7 2018 It is finally here. This is the year of the GDPR. A journey that started with an ambitious policy paper about modernising data protection almost a...


Thinking Strategically About Brexit and Data Protection

United Kingdom, European Union - February 2 2018 To date, the main legacy of the Brexit referendum of 2016 appears to be a country split in half: some badly wish the UK would continue to be a member...


Privacy in 2018: Expect the Unexpected

United Kingdom, European Union - January 5 2018 Making predictions for the year ahead is possibly as desirable as unreliable. In a world of unlimited data and advanced science, it would be tempting...


TMT Horizons 2018

USA, South Korea, United Kingdom, Central & South America, China, European Union, Hong Kong, Japan - December 22 2017 2018 will be another dramatic year for TMT. Beyond convergence in TMT, convergence with other sectors is well underway......

Federico Hernandez Arroyo, Fabrizio Lolliri, Leishen Pillay, Ari Q. Fitzgerald, Andrew Skipper, Lisa Ellman, Don McGown, Phoebe A. Wilkinson, Richard Diffenthal, John Salmon, Lisa Yano, Larry Sussman, Rick Climan, Edith Ramirez, John Brockland, Michele C. Farquhar, Andrew McGinty, Natalia Gulyaeva, Nils Rauer, Marco Berliri, Peter Watts, Randy S. Segal, Winston Maxwell, Dr. Falk Schöning, Trey Hanbury, Mark Parsons.


Article 29 Working Party Sets Deadline to Address Privacy Shield Concerns

USA, European Union - December 11 2017 Hot on the heels of the European Commission's official review of the functioning of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework, the Article 29 Working...

Katherine Gasztonyi.