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European Commission Adopts Adequacy Decision for Japan

The European Commission adopted its adequacy decision for Japan on 23 January 2019, opening the doors for personal data to flow freely between the two major global economies. By Fiona M. Maclean and Laura Holden The Adequacy Decision Following two years of dialogue between the European Union (EU) and Japan, the European Commission (EC) adopted … Continue Reading

5 Ways for Companies to Limit GDPR Penalties

EU data protection authorities are imposing increased penalties under the GDPR, with more proceedings forecast for 2019. By Tim Wybitul, Prof. Dr. Thomas Grützner, Dr. Wolf-Tassilo Böhm, and Dr. Isabelle Brams The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in effect since May 2018. Although the French data protection authority (CNIL) has imposed the highest … Continue Reading

French Data Protection Authority Issues €50 Million Fine in Landmark GDPR Case

The CNIL decision handed down on 21 January 2019, which cites violations of several GDPR obligations, provides important insights for groups wishing to benefit from the “one-stop-shop mechanism”. By Gail E. Crawford, Myria Saarinen, Camille Dorval, and Laura Holden The Complaints Not more than a week after the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR) came … Continue Reading

What a “No Deal” Brexit Means for UK Data Privacy

Understanding the practical implications of a “No Deal” Brexit (as compared to an exit under an approved Withdrawal Agreement) following last week’s vote against the current withdrawal proposal. By Gail E. Crawford and Jane Bentham “No Deal” Brexit Unless the UK can agree on a deal with the EU that meets the approval of the … Continue Reading
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