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15 March 2021 Nigel Parker
On 10 March 2021, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) published a press release about its 46th plenary session held on 9 March 2021. We look at some of the highlights below. Statement on proposed ePrivacy Regulation The EDPB raises concerns regarding several core provisions of the proposal for the ePrivacy Regulation adopted by the › Read More
11 March 2021 Emma Keeling
The UK has left the EU, the transition period is over, the UK and EU have agreed a new Trade and Cooperation Agreement, so what now for data protection? We look at the key consequences of Brexit for data protection and the practical impact for organisations: What law applies? What must businesses do to allow › Read More
08 March 2021 Jane Finlayson-Brown
On 22 February 2021, the Presidency of the Council of the European Union (the Presidency) released the first compromise text of the proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on European Data Governance (the Data Governance Act). The compromise text was discussed at the meeting of the Working Party on › Read More
02 March 2021 Laurie-Anne Ancenys
On 19 February 2021, CNIL released guidance on the use of chatbots in compliance with data protection law (the Guidelines). The CNIL notes that in order to operate the chatbots, controllers will often need to process personal data, even in the situations where no user account needs to be created or individuals would not need › Read More
26 February 2021 David Smith
News of the European Commission’s draft Decision that the UK ensures an adequate level of protection for personal data transferred from the EU to the UK can only have been greeted by with a sigh of relief by businesses both in the UK and in the EU. This is the first and most important step › Read More
23 February 2021 Emma Keeling
Review reforms The UK Government commissioned John Penrose MP to undertake an independent review of UK competition policy last September. Penrose was specifically tasked with looking at potential reforms to the UK’s competition regime in the context of Covid-19 and, with the end of the Brexit transition period, the emergence of the UK as an › Read More