Covington & Burling LLP | Italy | 6 Jul 2022
On 31 May 2022, the Italian Parliament approved Law 62/2022, also known as the Sunshine Act, which entered into force on 26 June 2022. The new rules…
Parinam Law Associates | India | 20 May 2022
The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India (“Apex Court”) in the case of Cox and Kings Limited v. SAP India Private Limited & Anr. Was called upon to examine…
Lexology PRO | European Union, France, Germany, etc. | 19 Oct 2021
The Irish DPC has decided that Facebook does not obtain consent from its users, which could have huge implications for EU contract law and companies’ handling of data processing agreements.
Lexology PRO | European Union, France, Italy, etc. | 17 Jun 2021
France’s data watchdog has ordered DIY chain Brico Privé to pay a €500,000 fine for multiple breaches of GDPR and ePrivacy rules.
Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 15 Jun 2021
A look at what regulators around the world are doing to address the impact of data on competition in digital markets and clamp down on big tech monopolies.
Lexology PRO | Brazil, European Union, Global, etc. | 1 Jun 2021
A look at the impact of recent changes to WhatsApp, UK NHS and Google’s privacy policies, and what the fallout tells us about processing consumer data.
PRO Compliance | European Union, Italy | 17 Nov 2020
Italy’s data watchdog ordering Vodafone to pay a €12.25 million GDPR fine marks an increase in the regulatory heat the company faces for its marketing practices.
PRO Compliance | European Union, Romania | 11 Nov 2020
Companies need to be able to demonstrate that individuals have actively consented to data collection, the European Court of Justice has found – concluding that Orange Romania could not properly obtain consent through pre-ticked boxes.
Gowling WLG | Canada | 1 Oct 2020
This chapter focuses both on the requirements for sending electronic messages under CASL and the requirements regarding express consent for the…
PRO Compliance | USA | 22 Sep 2020
A putative class action says Instagram taps users’ smartphone cameras to monitor them without their knowledge or consent.