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India’s answer to GDPR: Data protection legislation set to pass this year 0

India’s answer to GDPR, the EU’s data protection law, has achieved quite a feat: drawing the ire of both Big Tech and privacy advocates. A second draft of the Personal

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Turkey: Territorial Scope Of GDPR For Non-EU Companies 0

General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) has entered into force May 25, 2018. Article 3 of the GDPR determines territorial principle of the GDPR and it could be the most controversial

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California’s privacy act impacts UK companies as GDPR principles go global 0

The California Consumer Privacy Act came into effect on 1 Jan, UK companies under ambit as countries around the world consider privacy rules in the wake of GDPR. As the

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What GDPR Means For Businesses With An AI Strategy 0

It’s been over a year since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect, yet I still get questions from customers, prospects, and fellow tech leaders on how to

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DPOs as independent agents – the better way forward for GDPR compliance? 0

A DPO has become a mandatory role in many organisations and is a role that requires total autonomy. A data protection officer (DPO) has become a mandatory role in many

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GDPR was just a warmup. CCPA will arrive with a bang. 0

More than eighteen months after the General Data Protection Regulation took effect, the fallout from Europe’s privacy law has been minimal. The same will not be true of the California

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4 Companies That Were on the GDPR’s 2019 Naughty List 0

Instead of holiday cheer, these four companies were greeted with significant GDPR fines this year. On May 25, 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect.

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Ireland: GDPR And The Cloud – Helpful DPC Guidance For Organisations 0

Are you a controller of personal data under the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) who uses a cloud services provider (“CSP”), or are you a CSP who acts as a

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Pharmacy gets first UK fine for GDPR breaches 0

A London-based pharmacy has been fined £275,000 for “careless” storage of patient data – the first penalty levied under a new EU-mandated data protection regime in the UK. Doorstep Dispensaree

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Why U.S. GDPR-Style Privacy Laws Are Good For Business 0

In the U.S., there are 50 data breach notification laws (51 if you count Washington, D.C.). There are similarities in the way each U.S. state defines the key elements of

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