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Lexology PRO | European Union | 1 Dec 2022

Industry launches renewed attack on proposed EU cloud rules

A consortium of industry bodies has urged EU authorities to reconsider new rules for the procurement of cloud services, warning that the measures could conflict with international agreements and Brussels’ own rules.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 30 Nov 2022

DOJ, SEC officials build out expectations on company ephemeral messaging rules

Justice Department and SEC officials want companies under investigation to present the rules they have in place for employees’ usage of such messaging platforms.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 30 Nov 2022

UK to update NIS regulations

The UK government has announced upcoming changes to its cybersecurity regulations, on the heels of the EU’s own NIS2 directive.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, United Kingdom, etc. | 29 Nov 2022

Synthetic data: the future of data anonymisation?

“Synthetic data” presents businesses with exciting opportunities to utilise large datasets of anonymised data – but what risks does it pose in light of data protection laws?
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Lexology PRO | Australia | 29 Nov 2022

Australia passes privacy update

Australian lawmakers have cleared privacy legislation that will increase maximum fines, hand the country’s regulator extra investigative powers and increase its ability to undertake extraterritorial enforcement.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 28 Nov 2022

US regulators single out Citi over living will failings

The United States’ federal regulators have singled out Citigroup for shortcomings in its data management as part of a review of Wall Street banks’ resolution plans – but the head of one regulator said his peers should have gone further, and called into question the credibility of any major bank’s resolution in bankruptcy.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Ireland | 28 Nov 2022

Meta fined €265 million for "data protection by design" failures

The Irish Data Protection Commissioner has fined Meta €265 million and imposed corrective measures following an investigation into a breach of Facebook users’ data.
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Lexology PRO | South Korea, United Kingdom | 23 Nov 2022

UK finalises Korea adequacy

The UK has finalised its first post-Brexit data adequacy agreement, in a deal which the UK claims goes beyond that achieved by the EU.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Luxembourg, United Kingdom | 22 Nov 2022

ECJ limits beneficial ownership register access

The European Court of Justice has said the general public should not be able to access public registers of beneficial ownership, in a move that severely restricts the dissemination of corporate ownership data and could complicate due diligence and investigations.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, USA | 17 Nov 2022

Draft EU-US adequacy agreement due in December

Officials involved in the crafting of a new adequacy agreement in the wake of the Schrems II decision have said they expect to have a draft for consideration by the official bodies before the end of the year, with a final decision to be made in spring 2023.
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