In this second episode of the miniseries our local expert, Yudha Triarianto from SIP Law Firm, compares the Indonesian regulation with the GDPR in order to check the main differences and similarities between the two frameworks.
In the previous episode we discussed:
- Who is Yudha Triarianto and what SIP Law Firm does
- The complex patchwork of regulations touching data privacy in Indonesia and the contents of the recent proposal for a new Personal Data Protection Bill
In the next episode we will:
- Discuss why it is important for SIP Law Firm to be part of the PrivacyRules Alliance
- Receive some tips on why to do business in Indonesia Follow PrivacyRules to stay updated with privacy worldwide.
- The main features of the proposals in Hong Kong, and how they compare to the different frameworks.
- What is not addressed in the Hong Kong proposals, but is already a feature in other jurisdictions.
This webinar demonstrates the capability of PrivacyRules to offer different perspectives on the same issue across different locations, and to provide the best resource and solution to clients on data-privacy cases.
In this first episode of the miniseries our local expert, Yudha Triarianto from SIP Law Firm, introduces himself and his firm, explain the complex patchwork of regulations touching data privacy in Indonesia and the contents of the recent proposal for a new Personal Data Protection Bill! In the next episode we will:
Compare the indonesian regulation to the GDPR
Learn the main practical issues Yudha have faces as a data privacy expert
Discuss why it is important for SIP Law Firm to be part of the PrivacyRules Alliance
Receive some tips on why to do business in Indonesia Follow PrivacyRules to know more on this and many other topics!
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.
In Part 1 of this two-part Briefing, Kim Walker from Shakespeare Martineau explains what Brexit means for the processing of personal data in the UK during the Transition Period which is due to last until 31 December 2020, including the laws that apply during Transition and the changing role of the UK’s supervisory body, the ICO, during and after this period. Part 2 will cover transfers of data between the UK and EU during and after Transition and what happens to EU data stranded in the UK when the Transition Period comes to an end.
The EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, the GDPR and the recent CCPA are not frameworks for lawyers only... Listen to Jodi Daniels from RedCloverAdvisors (US) and Volker Wodianka from Schlutius (Germany) explaining why their specific services are important to help companies dealing with data across continents!
Don't miss the opportunity to know more about this case that is going to raise one of the most interesting debates of 2020. Our Swiss expert, Gabriel Avigdor from datalex llc, explains the contents and main issues raised by the Norwegian Consumer Council (“NCC”) through its 186 pages study report called “OUT OF CONTROL. The document, supported by a 93 pages technical report, explains how the industry of digital advertising (“AdTech” industry) is exploiting personal data of consumers through dating mobile applications to use and monetize such data for their business interest and the ones of “shadow companies”. Find also a deeper analysis of the case in the latest Gabriel's article here.
Pádraig from the Hong Kong Law Firm Tanner De Witt explains the implications of a recent cybersecurity incident affecting secondary schools in Hong Kong.
In November 2019 the Education Bureau detected some strange activity in respect of its WebSAMS web application management system for secondary schools. Even if, the Education Bureau had developed an upgrade to the system and notified all schools within 5 days, four schools were affected and the personal information of teachers and some students have been lost. This data breach incident is interesting for three main reasons, listen to Pádraig and discover witch are them!
Our Chinese and Russian experts compare the complex patchworks of their respective data protection frameworks with an interesting focus on their countries' data localization requirements and the necessary elements for cross border data flows.
Thanks to this webinar you will be able to understand the activities you need to put in practice if you are using, sending data or simply starting a new business in Russia or China.
Lyndsay discusses the Commissioners' clarification of the requirement for service providers to ensure that customers who provide personal data for them to process have received consents from individuals as required by Canadian law and the steps that they are required to take in order to verify that adequate consents have in fact been obtained. Kim discusses the different approach taken by the ICO under the GDPR where consent is only one of several lawful bases for processing data and discusses the ICO's particular focus on AggregateIQ's failure to process the data fairly and transparently, so the individuals had no knowledge or expectation of how their data would be used.
Lyndsay and Kim then draw conclusions from the two decisions and propose practical steps for businesses to take, particularly those involved in digital marketing and the adtech industry.
The consciousness of the broadness and complexity of the Data Privacy sector has brought the PrivacyRules Swiss experts, Gabriel Avigdor and Ludovic Tirelli, to create a new way to conceive the lawyers' work through their platforms: datalex and penalex.
These digital platforms provide transparent, easily accessible and reliable 24/7 information on data privacy, new technologies, healthcare and cybercrime in the Swiss context. Learn more about Gabriel and Ludovic, their activities and the Swiss framework in this very interesting Webcast and watch their previous participations on our activities:
Hear how the Federal structure helped him to anticipate the scenario of conflicts among different Data Protection Authorities and how their DPO compliance regime is different and stricter than the one of the GDPR!
Watch this Podcast with Sergey Medvedev, Partner at Gorodissky & Partners updates us on the latest news from the Russian Federation where the Parliament is currently amending the Code of Administrative Offences and the new provisions related to the Localization Requirement. The matter is particularly sensitive since the provision is flanked with a series of new control and fines capabilities of the Russian Data Protection Authority.
In fact, the GDPR application in Hungary has affected more than 80 sectors and Peter explain us the main challenges related to the overlaps among the national legislation and the European Regulation in matters such as advertisement, employee monitoring and the use of CCTV.
Our experts from Hong Kong, Switzerland, Singapore and South Korea discuss together about the use of Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies in their respective jurisdictions with specific considerations on the new Facebook's currency, Libra. If you want to know more about this topic and to summarize the situation on each of these jurisdictions, please click on their Country Overviews below:
Even if the GDPR has harmonized the data protection regulations within the EU, there are still some differences between one country to another. Agnieszka stresses how many other Polish Laws have been influenced by the GDPR and how the local legislator has acted to avoid conflicts as much as possible.
But, of course, some problems emerged. What's happening exactly and which are the best ways to approach such issues? Agnieszka offered us her practical experience and an overview of interesting cases in Poland to help us understand what approach needs to be taken from every business in Poland.
Jodi Daniels, founder of Red Clover Advisors discuss the latest on Data Protection regimes in the US, the privacy related challenges that companies faces everyday and how to approach data privacy regulations such as CCPA.
Jodi also offers some practical advise to people interested in doing business in the US with some forecasts on the future development of privacy regulations in the country.
Our Alessandro and our expert, Léon Patrice SARR from LPS [email protected], discusses the Data Privacy issues faced by Senegalese people everyday and the main challenges for companies in Senegal regarding the local data privacy regulation and its evolution.
The interview ends with some practical advice for people interested in doing business in Senegal.
Stella Vanegas Morales, founder of Vanegas Morales Consultores and expert for the Colombian jurisdiction at PrivacyRules help us understanding the data protection regulation in her country. Learn more on the main data privacy challenges for Colombian companies, the best practices to avoid issues and how to assess the risks involved to the use of data!
The discussion focuses on the different approach of the Hong Kong's Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data ant the UK's Information Commissioner Office resulting no fines in the first case and an intention of £183m fine in UK.
How is it possible to have so different results? Is that difference just a result of the GDPR presence in UK and absence in HK?
PrivacyRules launches its fourth webinar dedicated to the GDPR in its first-year implementation.
PrivacyRules gathered six of its EU experts to analyze the different approaches of their respective countries to the GDPR with particular attention to the decisions of their respective Supervisory Authorities and the related lessons learned. The participating experts were:
Our Alessandro and Padraig Walsh, Partner of Tanner De Witt, and PrivacyRules expert for Hong Kong, explore the Data protection regime in Hong Kong discussing its most recent developments and some interesting cases of data breaches. The podcast also compares the framework's similarities and main differences with the GDPR, the issues related to the conclusion of the Brexit process and the particularly strong provisions of this country on direct marketing.
In the final part of the recording, Padraig also discusses the main issues related to the use of Blockchains and AI.
Disfruta nuestro webinar sobre protección de datos en Latino América en el que panelistas de Colombia, Uruguay, Chile y México proveen información general sobre las leyes de protección de datos en cada país, los retos y obstáculos que se han tenido en la implementación de las leyes de manera practica y efectiva, los pronósticos sobre el desarrollo de la jurisprudencia de protección de datos en cada país, y buenas prácticas para prevenir y reaccionar a un incidente de violación o fuga de datos.
Enjoy our new webinar in Spanish language dealing with the data protection regimes in Latin American countries. Our panelists from Colombia, Uruguay, Chile and Mexico provides general information on the data protection laws in each country, the challenges and obstacles that have been faced in the implementation of such laws in a practical and effective way. The webinar follows discussing the potential development of the data protection laws in each country and the good practices to be respected to prevent and react to violation of data.
Our Alessandro and Ruth Ng, lawyer of Taylor Vinters Via, explore the Data protection regime in Singapore discussing its business-friendly structure and its focus on inspiring consumer confidence.
The podcast also compares the framework's similarities and main differences with other regimes such as the GDPR, dealing with the consent requirements, the data breach notification system and the incoming data portability requirements and explains the potential development of the PDPA bill in 2020. As always, the recording concludes with the main practical challenges and most interesting experiences in the everyday practice of the expert!
Steve Ahn from SEUM, South Korean member of PrivacyRules, explains the most recent development of the South Korean Data Protection framework, its relation with the Blockchain regulation and the practical issues related to those sectors. Steve also raised some interesting points on the latest on the use of Cryptocurrencies and Initial Coin Offerings.
PrivacyRules launch its second webinar episode to tackle some data privacy questions, such as: According to the GDPR, when do I need a DPO? When do I need an EU-Representative? What is the difference between them?
PrivacyRules is proud to launch its webinar series with this Webinar. Our Panelists from Switzerland, Russia, Mexico andJapan will go through their respective Data Transfers frameworks and discuss the main practical issues they face in their countries.