PRO Compliance | Netherlands | 3 Mar 2021
Google has promised not to track people from site to site, saying it will not replace third-party cookies with alternative ways of identifying users.
Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 1 Mar 2021
A look at the draft UK adequacy agreement, new international cybersecurity guidance, and other key data protection updates from this week.
PRO Compliance | Sweden | 1 Mar 2021
Google and the Swedish data protection authority have both sought to continue a battle over a multimillion-euro fine over alleged Google delisting and right to be forgotten failures.
PRO Compliance | China, USA | 1 Mar 2021
A US judge has approved a $650 million Facebook settlement and TikTok has filed its own $92 million agreement in a pair of separate biometric information privacy class actions.
PRO Compliance | European Union, Ireland | 25 Feb 2021
The European Commission and Ireland’s data regulator are both investigating whether the wording of the proposed new standard contractual clauses could cause complications when used under Irish law.
PRO Compliance | USA | 23 Feb 2021
The New York Department of Financial Services has finished probing how Facebook handles sensitive data from third-party apps, finding that the company has made strides to protect privacy in recent years – but also noting that the social media platform didn’t fully cooperate with its investigation.
PRO Compliance | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 22 Feb 2021
How to respond to ransomware attacks, prepare for new US state data privacy laws, and protect data in digital markets, and other key data protection updates.
Lexology PRO | Australia, Brazil, Canada, etc. | 17 Feb 2021
Mandatory workplace covid-19 vaccinations, how to implement sufficient due diligence and other key compliance management updates.
Day Pitney LLP | USA | 17 Feb 2021
In the past few weeks, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has made multiple announcements, some of which are significant. It has…
PRO Compliance | China, European Union | 16 Feb 2021
A consumer rights organisation has slammed TikTok’s data practices, saying they fall foul of the GDPR and consumer protection law.