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Safe Harbor Agreement Is Dead. What Now?
On 6 October 2015, the European Court of Justice ruled on the case Maximillian Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner.
European Union
26 Oct 2015
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EU Regulators Express Their Take On Safe Harbor Ruling
The Article 29 Working Party (WP29) issued on 16 October 2015 what it called a "robust, collective and common position" on the consequences of the recent decision of the European Court of Justice that declared Safe Harbor mechanism for transfers of personal data to the US invalid.
European Union
23 Oct 2015
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ECJ Advocate General Suggests Striking Down Safe Harbor – Questions & Answers
The Safe Harbor arrangement for the transfer of personal data from the EU to the US will not hold long in its current form.
European Union
14 Oct 2015
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Mandatory Data Breach Notification And Increased Sanctions Imminent
On 26 May 2015, the Dutch First Chamber passed a bill introducing new mandatory notification of security breaches of personal data for all data controllers in the Netherlands.
Netherlands
12 Jun 2015
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Survey Of Cookie Laws In Europe Updated
De Brauw and other law firms across Europe have contributed to an updated survey by Bristows that outlines how the European cookie laws have been implemented in each member state.
European Union
12 Jun 2015
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Court Suspends Dutch Telecom Data Retention Act
Dutch telecom and internet providers are no longer required to retain the telephone and internet traffic data of their customers.
Netherlands
20 Apr 2015
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Chinese Government Enhances Data Protection
Two recent moves indicate that China is taking significant first steps on enhancing personal information protection.
Netherlands
17 Jul 2013
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