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Webinar: The Final California Consumer Privacy Act – What Are Your Obligations?

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect on January 1, 2020. The California legislature passed a number of amendments on September 13, 2019, that alter the law in important ways. These amendments are now being reviewed by the governor and will be finalized by October 13, 2019. Join our webinar just a few days later, … Continue Reading

Polish Data Protection Authority’s Position on Making Copies of Identity Documents by Banks

  On September 9, the Polish Data Protection Supervisory Authority (UODO) issued its response to the letter of the President of the Polish Bank Association, wherein it clearly stated that the provision of the banking law (i.e. article 112b of the act) does not entitle banks to make copies of personal ID cards of their … Continue Reading

Data Protection Update for Poland

Updated Black List of Processing Operations Requiring DPIA On July 8, 2019 the updated list of operations requiring a data protection impact assessment (DPIA) was published in the official gazette of the Republic of Poland. The “black list” was updated by the Polish data protection authority, after the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) raised its … Continue Reading

Join Us– Webinar: Understanding and Preparing for the California Consumer Privacy Act

Effective January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will impose burdensome GDPR-like transparency and individual rights requirements on almost every company that handles “personal information” regarding California residents, regardless of where the business is based. The Act will impact information regarding not only consumers, but also employees and business contacts. Join us for … Continue Reading

Can Police Require Individuals to Unlock Their Smartphones?

Recently Chase Goldstein and Thomas Zeno contributed to our Anticorruption Blog. Their article reviews whether police can force individuals to unlock their smartphones. To unlock or not to unlock? Different rules apply depending on where you are located, as the states of Massachusetts and have seen conflicting rulings. There is also an international dimension, illustrated … Continue Reading

Data Privacy or Cybersecurity: Which is More Important?

To any good lawyer, the answer is ‘both’ are important.  However, most in-house counsel know the answer is which receives the limited available budget.  Compliance budgets usually follow the greatest risks for the company.  Therefore, in Europe, where the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation is the scariest new compliance issue, it stands to reason that … Continue Reading
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