Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 8 Jun 2021
Facing opposition by privacy activists, the UK’s government has postponed the creation of a centralised patient medical information database.
AnJie Law Firm | China | 4 Jun 2021
The National Information Security Standardisation Technical Committee recently issued the Information Security Technology - Gradation and Evaluation…
Lexology PRO | Austria, Belgium, China, etc. | 31 May 2021
A look at GDPR three years on, the EU’s new regulation on AI and guidelines on social media, the Biden administration’s improvements to cybersecurity, and Google’s new privacy requirements – plus other key data protection updates.
Lexology PRO | Africa, Asia-Pacific, Australia, etc. | 27 May 2021
A look at new regulatory measures in Australia and China, guidelines on green and sustainable finance in Hong Kong, revisions to corporate governance requirements in Malaysia and Singapore, and updates on digital currencies in South Korea and Thailand, plus other key developments in the Asia-Pacific region.
Lexology PRO | USA | 17 May 2021
A Biden administration executive order aims to remove restrictions that prevented public- and private-sector entities from sharing information with each other in the wake of the SolarWinds hack.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 17 May 2021
Recent figures show consumers are losing trust in social media giants, the UK proposes an Online Safety Bill, and Biden orders increased information sharing to tackle cybercrime, and other key data protection updates.
Lexology PRO | Australia, European Union, Global, etc. | 12 Apr 2021
How to effectively pseudonymize data and prepare for compliance deadlines for the UK’s Age Appropriate Design Code and South Africa’s Protection of Personal Information Act 2013.
PRO Compliance | Canada | 7 Apr 2021
A Canadian judge has refused to block Capital One from informing 51,000 individuals that their data had been illegally accessed.
PRO Compliance | USA | 19 Mar 2021
Plaintiffs have attacked Thomson Reuters for allegedly gathering and selling data relating to millions of individuals to law enforcement and private companies – including indicators about whether people have committed a “homosexual act”.
PRO Compliance | 8 Jul 2020
Apple and T-Mobile are facing a class action lawsuit over a design flaw that allegedly gave an iPhone user access to messages sent to another person.