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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, United Kingdom | 24 Jun 2022

How will the new UK data protection regime differ from the EU GDPR?

The UK Data Reform Bill could diverge from the EU GDPR in several ways that directly impact businesses, including risk assessments, cookies consent, and the independence of the DPO.
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Mattos Filho Veiga Filho Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados | Brazil | 24 Jun 2022

National Data Protection Authority calls for contributions to international data transfers

The National Data Protection Authority (ANPD) recently opened a call for public contributions as part of a move to develop regulations on international personal data transfers, in line with its 2021-2022 regulatory agenda. The ANPD is seeking to regulate the mechanisms that enable such transfers, as they are vital for developing the digital economy, allowing Brazilian companies to participate......
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Ojam Bullrich Flanzbaum | Argentina | 17 Jun 2022

Agency for Access to Public Information publishes 2021 activities report

The Argentine Agency for Access to Public Information (AAPI) recently published its annual report highlighting its activities in 2021. The AAPI is the supervisory authority of the Personal Data Protection Law, the Do Not Call Registry Law and the Access to Public Information Law. This article comments on the most important aspects of the report.
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CGM Advogados | Brazil | 15 Jun 2022

General Data Protection Law – what are the impacts on employment?

This article answers key questions relating to the impact of the Brazilian General Data Protection Law on employment relations. The disclosure of information on the processing of employees' personal data is usually done using a privacy policy, a privacy notice and/or an information security policy. The labour courts have recently decided that an employment agreement can be terminated with......
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Mattos Filho Veiga Filho Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados | Brazil | 10 Jun 2022

Data Protection Authority releases study on data processing by research organisations

The National Data Protection Authority recently released a technical study titled "The LGPD and personal data processing for academic purposes and studies by research organisations". The study evaluated a special framework within the General Data Protection Law that applies to data processing exclusively for academic purposes, as well as to certain aspects of data processing by research......
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Ojam Bullrich Flanzbaum | Argentina | 3 Jun 2022

Court grants remedy of habeas data in police records privacy case

The Court of Justice of the Province of Salta recently granted a remedy of habeas data aimed at removing plaintiff's police records. The plaintiff filed this remedy against the police of the province of Salta in order to obtain the removal of police records concerning an investigation that involved him, but for which no final decision had been rendered for over 30 years. The Court concluded......
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Ojam Bullrich Flanzbaum | 27 May 2022

Data protection authority imposes new penalties

The Agency for Access to Public Information recently imposed penalties on various organisations for violations of the Personal Data Protection Law No. 25,326. This article comments on each of these cases, which relate to an electricity provider, a medical institution, a financing entity, a financial trust, and an internet and satellite TV service provider.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Ireland | 25 May 2022

Irish watchdog loses appeal in long-running CCTV case

An Irish appellate judge has labelled the Irish Data Protection Commission conclusions a “manifest error” in a judgment concerning the regulator’s assessment of the use of CCTV data under the GDPR.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Italy | 20 May 2022

Italy fines Uber €4 million

Italy’s data protection regulator has found that Uber provided inadequate privacy notices to both drivers and riders, and failed to obtain the necessary consent to carry out scoring for fraud risk.
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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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