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Channel Islands Data Protection Laws Gain Privy Council Approval
The UK Privy Council has given its approval to Guernsey's new Data Protection Law.
Guernsey
16 Mar 2018
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Guernsey's New Data Protection Legislation Is Here
Guernsey's Committee for Home Affairs has published the new Data Protection Law which will replace the Bailiwick's existing data protection legislation.
Guernsey
3 Nov 2017
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The Final Countdown – Diarising GDPR
When talking of countdowns, you will no doubt be thinking of the immortal rock classic from 1986 by Europe.
Guernsey
5 Jun 2017
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Data Protection & Subject Access – A Changing Landscape
Could a UK law firm be compelled to provide personal data which it held by reason of it having advised the trustee of a Bahamian Trust?
Guernsey
10 Mar 2017
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The European Commission Adopts The EU-US Privacy Shield
On 12 July 2016, the European Commission (the "Commission") adopted the EU-US Privacy Shield, bringing to an end a period of uncertainty over the framework under which EU-US data transfers should be lawfully effected.
Worldwide
29 Jul 2016
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The European Commission Unveils the new EU-US Privacy Shield
Since our last briefing note on this topic, on 29 February 2016 the European Commission (the "Commission") published the legal texts that will put in place the EU-US Privacy Shield together with a Communication setting out the steps that have been taken to restore confidence in the exchange of data between the EU and the US.
Worldwide
10 Jun 2016
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The EU-US Privacy Shield: The New Data Protection Deal
As explained in detail in our article from October 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union declared in its judgment in the case of Schrems v Facebook that the EU-US Safe Harbor agreement (Safe Harbor) was invalid.
Worldwide
16 Feb 2016
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Data Protection - The Privacy Force Awakens?
The package is part of a range of measures being progressed to facilitate the vision of a Single Digital Marketplace in Europe.
European Union
13 Jan 2016
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Another Safe Harbour?
The Schrems decision (in which the Court of Justice of the European Union invalidated the Safe Harbour agreement as a means of legitimising transfers of personal data between the EU and the USA) has generated many column inches since its release earlier this month.
European Union
4 Nov 2015
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Safe Harbour In A Storm?
Europe's highest court, The Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") has declared the EU-US Safe Harbour Agreement ("Safe Harbour") to be invalid as a mechanism to legitimise personal data transfers from the EU to the US.
Worldwide
15 Oct 2015
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Holding Data Hostage
Those in the data hosting industry may wish to revisit their contractual arrangements in view of a recent Court of Appeal decision in England.
Guernsey
17 Apr 2014
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