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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Chile, etc. | 21 Jul 2021

Data localisation measures double in less than five years

The spread of data localisation measures is a growing threat to the digital economy, a US-based think tank has warned.
Analysis PRO In-house

Lexology PRO | USA | 1 Jul 2021

Microsoft counsel blasts US government for using too many secrecy orders

Microsoft’s vice president of customer security has told members of Congress that US federal law enforcement agencies impose about 10 secrecy orders on the company per day, preventing customers from knowing that their data is being taken out of the cloud.
Analysis PRO In-house

Lexology PRO | European Union, United Kingdom | 28 Jun 2021

UK adequacy confirmed

Europe has formally approved the UK’s adequacy with a four-year limit in the case of future regulatory divergence.
Article

Birketts LLP | United Kingdom | 9 Jun 2021

Local authorities' powers of surveillance

RIPA limits local authorities to using three covert techniques for the purpose of preventing or detecting crime:…
Analysis PRO

Lexology PRO | Australia, Belgium, Brazil, etc. | 6 Jun 2021

Data protection: Key compliance updates (1 – 7 Jun)

A look at Brazil’s new data protection guidelines, South Africa’s data protection law taking effect in July, social media conflicts between the right to privacy vs. information in India, and rejecting surveillance for human rights – plus other key data protection updates.
Analysis PRO In-house

Lexology PRO | USA | 2 Jun 2021

Facebook-funded research says Apple’s privacy updates harm consumers

Two Facebook-funded university researchers have published a paper claiming that Apple’s recent privacy updates will entrench the company’s dominance and harm consumers.
Analysis PRO

Lexology PRO | Austria, Belgium, China, etc. | 31 May 2021

Data protection: Key compliance updates (25 – 31 May)

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.
Analysis PRO In-house

Lexology PRO | European Union, Germany, Netherlands, etc. | 27 May 2021

AWS and Microsoft EU contracts under pressure

EU institutions face an investigation of their use of Amazon Web Services and Microsoft services in the wake of the Schrems II judgment.
Analysis PRO In-house

PRO Compliance | USA | 14 May 2020

US warrantless browser history spying ban fails

The US Senate has voted in favour of greater oversight of government surveillance, but has failed to pass an amendment that would have prohibited law enforcement from spying on Americans’ browser history without a warrant.
Article

Hogan Lovells | USA | 18 Mar 2020

FDA temporarily postpones all domestic routine facility inspections in response to COVID-19 pandemic

On 18 March 2020, in addition to a series of responses to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it…
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