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New Developments On The PRC Cyber Security Law
It has been more than three months since thePRC Cyber Security Law ("CSL") has taken effect on 1 June 2017.
China
21 Dec 2017
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The Final Score On Database Rights
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has given a ruling on questions of database right infringement referred to it by the Court of Appeal.
European Union
30 Oct 2012
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How The Cookie Crumbles: ICO Issues Last-Minute Amended Cookie Law Guidance
The grace period that the Information Commissioner’s Office (the data protection regulator – the ‘ICO’) offered for compliance with the revised cookie law came to an end on Saturday, meaning that it’s now ‘business as usual’ for the ICO when it comes to enforcement against organisations which do not obtain consent for cookie use.
UK
6 Jun 2012
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Take On The Cookie Monster: Don't Be Caught Out By 26 May Website Compliance Deadline
On 26th May 2012 the Information Commissioner’s Office will start enforcing the changes to the cookie law, as the 12-month lead-in period for website owners to put their houses in order will have come to an end.
UK
16 May 2012
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New Situations In Which Notification For Personal Data Processing Is No Longer Required
On 26 March 2012, Decision no. 23 issued by the Romanian Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing ("DPA") came into force (the "Decision").
Romania
20 Apr 2012
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Google Privacy Policy Changes
Google’s new privacy policy, effective from Thursday 1 March 2012, has attracted much media attention and proved controversial at many levels.
UK
12 Mar 2012
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Recent Developments In Data Protection Legislation
In June 2011 the Parliament of Ukraine adopted the Law strengthening administrative and criminal liability for failure to comply with the data protection laws (the "Law").
Ukraine
22 Feb 2012
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New Data Protection Rules Announced By Commission
The European Commission ("Commission") has recently announced its long-awaited proposals to update and modernise data protection rules and principles, currently contained in Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC.
European Union
2 Feb 2012
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ICO Reveals New Procedure For Data Security Breach Notification
The Information Commissioner's Office ('ICO') has added a section on how public electronic communications service providers should deal with security breaches to its Guide to the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations.
UK
5 Jan 2012
10
A First Glimpse Of The New General Data Protection Regulation
A draft version of the European Commission's legislative proposal for a General Data Protection Regulation has been leaked from Brussels.
European Union
16 Dec 2011
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First Data Announces European Approval Of Its BCRS
Last week, First Data Corporation, an electronic commerce and payment services company, announced that its binding corporate rules ("BCRs") for data privacy had been authorised by the Information Commissioner’s Office ("ICO").
European Union
30 Nov 2011
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Freedom Of Information Act Extended To Include FOS, UCAS And ACPO
The Financial Ombudsman Service ("FOS"), the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service ("UCAS") and the Association of Chief Police Officers of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
UK
18 Nov 2011
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ICO Calls For A Wider Compulsory Audit Right
The Information Commissioner, Christopher Graham, used his talk at the 10th Annual Data Protection Compliance Conference to call for a broadening of the Information Commissioner’s Office (‘ICO’) rights of audit to cover local government, the health service and some organisations in the private sector.
UK
8 Nov 2011
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Access To Information Held In Complaint Files
The Information Commissioner’s Office recently published guidance about access to information held in complaint files.
UK
21 Oct 2011
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State Register For Personal Data Databases To Be Created From 1 July 2011
The Law of Ukraine on Personal Data Protection (the "Law") became effective from 1 January 2011.
Ukraine
7 Jul 2011
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Cybercrime: Countering the Threat
By every authoritative measure cybercrime and the threat of becoming a victim to it is growing exponentially.
UK
2 Aug 2010
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Staff At Mobile Phone Company Sell Customer Data To Rivals
The Information Commissioner has announced, today, that employees of a major mobile telephone company have unlawfully sold thousands of customer account details, including contract expiry dates, to the company's competitors.
UK
19 Nov 2009
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New ECJ Database Decision
The ECJ gave judgment on 5 March 2009 in a further case on database rights in Apis-Hristovich EOOD v- Lakorda AD, Case C-545/07. Unusually, there was no Advocate General's Opinion preceding the judgment.
UK
9 Mar 2009
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UK To Assist Euro ID Card Pilot Project
Eema, the e-business trade association, has announced a new pilot project to develop electronic ID cards that can be used EU-wide.
UK
11 Oct 2007
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Data Protection: Selecting And Inputting Personal Data Is Not Necessarily ´Processing´
The Court of Appeal has potentially reduced the scope of the Data Protection Act 1998 by deciding that collating data about an individual and putting them in an electronic format is not necessarily ‘processing’.
UK
27 Jun 2007
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