In Part 2 of this two part Briefing, Kim Walker from Shakespeare Martineau explains the regulation of data transfers between the UK and the EU during and after the Brexit Transition Period which is due to last until 31 December 2020, and the provisions of the Withdrawal Agreement covering what happens at the end of the Transition Period to EU data “stranded” in the UK when Transition ends. Whose laws apply to it? He also makes some recommendations in case new arrangements on data processing are not concluded by the end of the Transition Period and no adequacy decision is made by the European Commission. In Part 1 of this Briefing, Kim explained what Brexit means for the processing of personal data in the UK during the Transition Period, including the laws that apply during Transition and the changing role of the UK’s supervisory body, the ICO, during and after this period.
Watch the recording of our session on the recent ChinesePrivacy Law (#PIPL) and its effects on the Asian and EU markets.
Receive tips and insights on how to comply with the new law, and on how to transfer data to/from China also in light of the GDPR requirements by our legal and #cybersecurity experts from China and Italy:
Watch our Privacyespresso podcast episode with Josemaría Motta Mambretti Lawyer at Guyer & Regules, PrivacyRules exclusive member firm for #Uruguay, to know more on the international #data#transfer#regulation applicable in Uruguay.
Recently, two federal privacy legislations were introduced to the US Senate. the “Setting an American Framework to Ensure Data Access, Transparency, and Accountability” (SAFE DATA) Act and the Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act (COPRA).
Although there are some differences in the two proposed bills, there is bipartisan support to enact a federal privacy law. However, the question is still: "Will the legislation pass?"
In this privacyespresso podcast episode, Yugo Nagashima attorney at law at Frost Brown Todd explains to us in more details on the US federal privacy law.
Buying and selling a business is often an exciting and busy time - negotiating the price, deciding on the best structure, negotiating the assets to be transferred, dealing with employee entitlements, arranging finance, managing stakeholders, writing media releases etc… all with a looming closing deadline…
But where does privacy and data protection fit into this?
Many vendors and purchasers of Australian businesses will be captured by the Australian Privacy Act, and will have to comply with the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs), including before the sale/purchase, as part of the due diligence process, and on an ongoing basis post-completion.
What types of transactions are captured vs not?
- What personal information can be shared between vendors and purchasers?
- What practical steps can vendors and purchasers take?
Join Kelly Dickson, the Managing Principal Lawyer of Macpherson Kelley’s Dandenong (Victoria, Australia) office, to hear an Australian perspective, as part of your coffeebreak.
PrivacyRules has just launched its Cybersecurity Partnership Program. This program consists of an ecosystem of cybersecurity companies (flanked by legal and communication experts) working together to provide a full-fledged and top-level service to any company operating at the national and international level!