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Lexology PRO | European Union | 16 May 2022

EDPB clarifies GDPR fine regime

The European Data Protection Board’s much-anticipated GDPR fining calculator is designed to harmonise diverging approaches to penalties across Europe.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Brazil, Canada, etc. | 16 May 2022

Data protection: key compliance updates (10 – 16 May)

The EU agrees on a cybersecurity directive, Hong Kong publishes model contractual clauses for cross-border data transfers, and Clearview AI is banned from selling its products to private entities in the US – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, China, etc. | 13 May 2022

Digital advertising: current and future risks for businesses (May 2022)

New data protection legislation, digital sector inquiries, and emerging technology are leading to new challenges for businesses engaging in digital advertising.
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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP | European Union | 13 May 2022

European Union and United States announce intensified negotiations for new EU-US Privacy Shield framework

It was recently announced that the European Union and the United States have found "an agreement in principle on a new framework for transatlantic data flows" and that the US government and the European Commission had "decided to intensify negotiations on an enhanced EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework" to comply with the Schrems II judgment. News of an imminent replacement for the Privacy......
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Lexology PRO | USA | 12 May 2022

NIST’s cybersecurity supply chain guidelines emphasise multilayered assessments

Overhauled NIST federal government procurement guidelines remain lengthy and complex, but new templates may help companies assess their cybersecurity supply chain risk more easily.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Germany, United Kingdom | 12 May 2022

Mundt disputes self-executing nature of DMA

The head of Germany’s antitrust authority has said he “very much” doubts that the EU’s Digital Markets Act will actually be self-enforcing, while noting that large technology companies are already trying to “circumvent” its provisions.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 12 May 2022

Clearview agrees to stop private sector database access

Clearview AI will no longer allow private entities and individuals to purchase or use its facial vectors database as part of a settlement.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Germany, Ireland | 10 May 2022

German antitrust regulator overstepped by invoking GDPR, Meta tells ECJ

A Meta lawyer has told the European Court of Justice that Germany’s antitrust regulator had no jurisdiction to issue a GDPR-based finding that the company abused its dominant position on the social media market by collecting and processing data without consent.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 10 May 2022

Apple and Google oppose Australia’s proposed regulatory reform

Apple and Google have pushed back against a possible new regulatory framework for digital platforms in Australia, with the former arguing that the proposals target hypothetical rather than existing problems.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Canada, China, etc. | 9 May 2022

Data protection: key compliance updates (5 – 9 May)

China releases its draft certification process for cross-border data transfers, Connecticut passes its data privacy act, and the Canadian privacy commissioner pushes for federal privacy reform – plus other key updates.
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