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29 March 2017 Nigel Parker
Research has forecast the inexorable rise of the “connected car” and the continued push towards autonomous vehicles. We can expect to see significant disruption to the automotive industry as a consequence of changes to the value chain and business models driven by these developments. We have prepared a paper, which discusses key trends and legal › Read More
27 March 2017 Eveline Van Keymeulen
On 23 March 2017, the European Medicines Agency (EMA), together with the Heads of Medicines Agencies (HMA), established a new task force “to explore how medicines regulators in the EEA can use big data to support research, innovation and robust medicines development” in order to improve human and animal health. The task force is composed › Read More
21 March 2017 Wanne Pemmelaar
Modern businesses increasingly depend on the free data flows between business units, customers and third parties. As new legislation and developments shake up the existing principles of cross- border data transfer, many internationally operating organisations turn to Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs). The BCRs can be a key element not only for the compliant cross-border data › Read More
06 February 2017 Peter van Dyck
One of the key innovations of the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the so-called one stop shop principle. This principle aims to avoid companies that undertake cross-border processing of personal data finding themselves subject to a plurality of competent data protection authorities. Concretely, the GDPR provides that the data protection authority in the › Read More
10 January 2017 Ondrej Kramolis
In its newly published opinion, the Article 29 Working Party (WP29) provides some useful input into discussion on the nature of the role of data protection officers (DPOs) under the GDPR. This is a question which many organisations have been grappling with, as they assess who should take on this role. The WP29 considers the qualifications › Read More
06 January 2017 Catherine di Lorenzo
On 16 December 2016, the Article 29 Working Party (WP29) released highly anticipated guidelines on some of the most critical matters in the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). These guidelines are not legally binding, but local data protection authorities are likely to follow them. The WP29 does invite comment on the guidelines › Read More