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Data protection digest 3-16 Feb 2024: Sneakily changing terms of service and privacy policy won’t help your business

In this issue, you will find that America’s FTC is warning against retroactively changing terms of service or privacy policy. Palantir running the NHS’s new data platform in the UK, and envisaged changes to the EU GDPR enforcement framework and new dispute resolution mechanisms are also in focus. Sign up to receive our fortnightly digest […]

Data protection digest 18 Dec – 2 Jan 2024: EDPB says too early to revise GDPR, cross-border enforcement challenge ahead

In this issue, you will find the main trends in data privacy that 2024 will inherit from last year. The main areas of concern include GDPR modernisation and cross-border enforcement, the fair use of AI, international data transfers, the balance between data security and the data-driven economy, as well as children’s privacy online. Regulatory updates […]

Data protection digest 2 – 17 Dec 2023: scoring of individuals, EU data consolidation, and the ‘Internet of Behaviours’

In this issue, the EU legislators moved closer to the implementation of a digital data strategy to provide European organisations with the ability to grow and compete globally. Despite the transformative effects, civil societies and cohorts of experts warn that such consolidation of European data can undermine individual data protection rights. EU regulators and courts […]

Data protection digest 2 – 17 October 2023: DPOs duties and methodology should be clarified – latest study

This issue highlights DPOs duties in the context of ongoing compliance with the GDPR, and the continuing saga of the US adequacy decision. Also of note are monitoring and privacy issues in the workplace. Official guidance DPOs duties: The Swedish data protection agency published the results of a coordinated investigation, initiated by the EDPB, on […]

Data protection digest 17 – 30 July 2023: guide on website analytics, health care data sharing, and COPPA 2.0

TechGDPR’s review of international data-related stories from press and analytical reports. Official guidance Website analytics: There are many website analytics and tracking tools on the market notes the Norwegian data protection regulator, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s legal to use them on your website. Be prepared to follow the GDPR, even if you do […]

Data protection digest 3 – 16 July 2023: can the new EU-US data privacy framework respect the GDPR to the letter?

TechGDPR’s review of international data-related stories from press and analytical reports. EU-US Data Privacy Framework Effective Immediately: On 10 July, the European Commission’s decision on the adequacy of the level of data protection in the US within the new data privacy framework entered into force. If an American-based business is on the approved list, you […]

Data protection digest 17 June – 2 July 2023: rules on GDPR fines, controllers’ BCRs and ‘right to know’

TechGDPR’s review of international data-related stories from press and analytical reports. Legal processes New rules on GDPR fines: New rules, issued by the EDPB, are now in effect for calculating fines for companies that violate the GDPR. All privacy supervisors in the EU will calculate the size of fines in the same way. The size […]

Data protection digest 2 – 16 June 2023: rules on electronic evidence, explainable AI, and wildcat telemarketing

TechGDPR’s review of international data-related stories from press and analytical reports. Legal processes and redress Electronic evidence: The European Parliament voted to adopt new rules on the exchange of electronic evidence by law enforcement authorities to make cross-border investigations more effective. It will allow national authorities to request evidence directly from service providers in other […]

Data protection digest 17 May – 1 June 2023: amassing data for machine learning is ‘no excuse for breaking the law’

TechGDPR’s review of international data-related stories from press and analytical reports. Legal processes ‘Machine learning is no excuse to break the law’: The US Federal Trade Commission alleged that Amazon, (Alexa voice assistant), kept kids’ data indefinitely to further refine its voice recognition algorithm. If approved by the federal court, on top of a multimillion […]

Data protection & privacy digest 18 Apr – 2 May 2023: draft AI legislation finalised, and employers’ compliance in focus

TechGDPR’s review of international data-related stories from press and analytical reports. Legal processes Draft AI Act: The long-discussed AI legislation is expected to go through the full European parliamentary vote in mid-June. Reportedly MEPs, after two years of discussions with stakeholders, have finally reached a common political position. However, it will take a few years […]

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