Tag: Data Protection

Data Disputes: How UK Class Action Landscape Is Shaping Up

Introduction The number of class actions brought in the UK is likely to grow considerably in the coming years. In particular, we expect claimant firms to continue making claims for misuse use of data where an issue affects a large number of individuals. This post: Introduces group and representative actions […]

Europe Takes Position on Sending Personal Data to Russia

On 12 July 2022, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) adopted Statement 02/2022 on Personal Data Transfers to the Russian Federation, in which it confirmed that data transfers to Russia require a data transfer impact assessment (DTIA). A DTIA is a case-by-case evaluation that determines whether a specific data transfer […]

36-Hour Breach Notification Rule to Go into Effect for Banking Organizations

On November 18, 2021, three US agencies – the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the Federal Reserve Board (FRB) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) – issued a joint rule concerning computer-security incident notifications, which will go into effect on April 1, 2022, with a full […]

New Standard Contractual Clauses: 10 Things You Need to Know

On the third anniversary of the General Data Protection Regulation, Cooley launched a series of webinar focused on the GDPR. The GDPR permits the transfer of data from the European Union and the European Economic Area (EEA) to third countries using standard contractual clauses (SCCs), which are a useful mechanism […]

Data Processing Agreements: The 10 Most Important Considerations

On the third anniversary of the General Data Protection Regulation, Cooley launched a series of webinars focused on the GDPR. A data processing agreement (DPA) is used by controllers and processors to formalize their data process arrangements as required by the GDPR. Our third webinar covers what we believe are […]

Appointing a Data Protection Officer: 10 Common Mistakes

On the third anniversary of the General Data Protection Regulation, Cooley launched a series of webinars focused on the GDPR. As set out in the GDPR, the data protection officer (DPO) plays a crucial role in the data privacy landscape, so our second webinar covers what we consider to be […]

GDPR Three Years on the Road: The 10 Key Developments You Should Know

On the third anniversary of the General Data Protection Regulation, Cooley started a series of webinars focused on the GDPR. Our first webinar covers what we consider “the Top 10 key developments you should know” concerning the implementation of this ground-breaking personal data privacy regime.

EU’s Artificial Intelligence Regulation – Tough Tests for Smart Products

EU proposal extends product safety, data protection and cybersecurity concepts to groundbreaking AI regulation What has happened? The European Commission has finally published its much-anticipated proposal for a broad regulation to cover the use of artificial intelligence in the EU. This is a world-first – no other jurisdiction has yet […]

European Regulator Announces Strategic Data Protection Objectives for Upcoming Years

On 15 December 2020, the EU data protection regulator – the European Data Protection Board – adopted its Strategy for 2021-2023, which outlines its objectives and key actions for the upcoming years. At the outset, the EDPB recalls that its strategy, as well as its work in general, are guided […]

Global Privacy Roundup: The World Beyond Europe and California

Since Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation took effect in May 2018, a growing number of legislatures around the world have introduced comprehensive data protection laws that emulate the GDPR or have updated existing laws to align with it. California became the first major non-European economy to catch the GDPR wave […]