Data sharing

A leap forward for the EU-US Privacy Shield

Nigel Parker

Taking advantage of our extra day this month, the European Commission has today issued a press release summarising the steps taken to restore trust in transatlantic data flows following the 2013 surveillance revelations and the 2015 judgment of the CJEU in the Schrems case. The press release is accompanied by a draft “adequacy decision” as Read More

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Practical steps for navigating data protection issues in cross-border regulatory investigations

Nigel Parker

Regulators, courts and law enforcement authorities in the US (and other jurisdictions around the globe) have developed an insatiable appetite for access to data – including personal data – held by financial institutions. Such data is often not held in the jurisdiction where the regulator is requesting it. Where this is the case, financial institutions Read More

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