EDPB Clarifies Scientific Research GDPR Compliance, But Harmonisation Across Europe Remains Elusive

Earlier this year, the European Data Protection Board (“EDPB”) issued additional guidance on the application of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) in the area of scientific health research. In Key Takeaways from the Guidance, The EDPB: Confirmed that the informed consent that individuals must provide under ethical standards to participate in…

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New York Proposes Consent For Collection Of Biometric Data, Backed By Private Right Of Action

New York State Legislature Proposes Biometric Privacy Act On January 6, 2021, the New York state legislature proposed the Biometric Privacy Act (AB 27) to regulate the collection of biometric information by companies doing business in the state. The bill is currently in committee, and if enacted, New York would…

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Five Tips For Life Sciences Companies To Protect Their AI Technologies

Introduction Artificial intelligence (AI) has revolutionized many technology areas. As a few examples, it has already been instrumental in improving and enabling voice recognition algorithms, digital assistants, advertisement recommendation engines and financial trading applications.[1] Significant investment is being made for further development of this promising new technology, with R&D spending on…

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