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Lexology PRO | European Union, Ireland | 30 Jun 2022

EU ends Insurance Ireland probe with data access remedies

The European Commission has accepted Insurance Ireland’s commitments to facilitate greater access to its claims information database, ending a three-year antitrust investigation into the association’s alleged discrimination against non-members.
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Gilbert + Tobin | Australia, European Union | 27 Jun 2022

Data sharing is caring: consumer access to IoT data under the Australian Consumer Data Right and the European Data Act

It is clear now that governments and regulators recognise the importance of big data to the future economy and it appears that they are willing to…

Mayer Brown | United Kingdom | 16 Jun 2022

What can you do to prepare before an investigation commences?

Welcome back for the fourth Episode in this podcast series. We are joined by four partners from Mayer Brown’s global Dispute Resolution practice:…
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, Global, etc. | 1 Jun 2022

Zoom hit with international privacy class action

Zoom is facing another class action lawsuit over its app’s collection and sharing of personal data, this time from users based in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
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Teacher Stern LLP | United Kingdom | 27 May 2022

Claim against Google for use of NHS data without consent of 1.6m patients

In 2015 Royal Free NHS Trust in London signed a data-sharing agreement with Google. It shared data of 1.6m patients without their knowledge or consent…
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 4 May 2022

New health data law jumps on Data Act possibilities

The European Commission has published a proposed regulation on the sharing of medical data, but the law is reliant on other pieces of data-sharing legislation which are themselves not yet finalised.
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Khaitan Legal Associates | European Union, India, United Kingdom, etc. | 11 Apr 2022

The Journey of India’s Data Protection Jurisprudence

India's quest for a data protection regime can be traced back to when the idea was first mooted in the Indian Parliament in 2008, when an amendment…
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 6 Apr 2022

MEPs clear data sharing framework

The European Parliament has overwhelmingly approved the Data Governance Act, which aims to ease the sharing of personal and non-personal data across the EU.
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Lexology PRO | Central & Eastern Europe, Estonia, European Union, etc. | 4 Apr 2022

Estonia bans Yandex over Russian data sharing

The Estonian government has imposed sanctions on ride-hailing services provided by Russia’s largest internet company because it is forced to share personal data with Russian authorities, and urged the European Union to follow suit.
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, China, etc. | 1 Apr 2022

Cross-border data transfer requirements: a global guide (updated 1 April 2022)

The US and EU announce a trans-Atlantic transfer mechanism, Japan tightens consent and contract requirements, and the UK IDTA takes effect – plus key requirements for exporting personal data in key jurisdictions.
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