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China Passes Extensive Regulations Governing Artificial Intelligence Algorithms

The Cybersecurity Administration of China (CAC), China’s data protection and cybersecurity watchdog, recently passed the final text of the Internet Information Service Algorithm Recommendation Management Regulations, an extensive set of rules – one of the most fully developed artificial intelligence (AI) regulations in the world – designed to govern the…

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The Princeton University Data Access Research: A Timely Reminder to Revisit Data Subject Request Processes

Update: Since going live with the below, the EDPB has published its draft guidelines addressing key aspects of a data subject’s right of access.  More to follow soon. Last month, a large number of EU and US companies received queries about their data access request procedures under the General Data Protection…

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CNIL Sets Parameters for Processors' Reuse of Data for Product Improvement

On January 12, 2022, the French data protection authority, Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés, issued guidance on the reuse of personal data by processors for their own purposes under the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The guidance addresses one of the most common — and hotly contested — aspects of…

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Israel Privacy Protection Bill Includes Steep Sanctions - and a DPO

On January 6, 2022, the Israeli government released a long anticipated bill amending and updating Israel’s 1981 Privacy Protection Act (PPA) (the Bill). If passed, the Bill would constitute the most comprehensive update of the PPA in more than two decades. Primarily, the Bill greatly enhances the enforcement and investigation…

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Israel's Privacy Regulator Relaxes Onward Transfers Restriction

In a draft opinion published today, the Israeli Privacy Protection Authority (IPPA) relaxed one of the most stringent requirements under Israel’s data protection law, which for years cast doubts over the legality of any onward transfer in case of a data transfer from Israel. The opinion states that onward transfers…

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The Year Ahead: Privacy Developments in 2022

Now that 2021 came to a close, what does our crystal ball predict for privacy developments in 2022? Here’s a quick rundown. Law and policy developments In 2022, expect an avalanche of new laws and regulations, attempting to govern and impose order on a dizzying array of tech developments. New…

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The UK’s Newly Assertive FCA pushes Google to Check Fintech Companies’ Drive Into Europe

The UK’s Newly Assertive FCA pushes Google to Check Fintech Companies’ Drive Into Europe Subject to mounting pressure from UK lawmakers and regulators, in June 2021 Google announced a new policy that could limit the ability of US fintech companies to advertise in the UK – a key market for…

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Thirty-Six Hour Breach Notification Rule Puts Banking Organizations on Notice

In response to the growing threat to financial stability posed by cybersecurity incidents, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the Federal Reserve Board, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) (collectively, the “agencies”) published a rule titled “Computer-Security Incident Notification Requirements…

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ICO Issues Opinion on Data Protection and Privacy Expectations for Online Advertising Proposals

On 25 November 2021, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”) published an Opinion on Data Protection and Privacy Expectations for Online Advertising Proposals (“Opinion”). The Opinion emphasizes several data protection concerns relating to behavioural advertising and sets out overarching expectations that companies must meet to safeguard people’s privacy online when…

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EDPB Defines a "Transfer" Under the GDPR

On 18 November 2021 the European Data Protection Board (“EDPB”) released its Guidelines 05/2021 on the Interplay between the application of Article 3 and the provisions on international transfers as per Chapter V of the GDPR (“Guidelines”) for public consultation.  The Guidelines clarify one of the most vexing issues in…

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