Follow the PrivacyRules live session on the Russian recently adopted law on foreign internet companies. On 1 July 2021, Russia adopted a new law on foreign internet companies. They are required to obey the national laws, register with local authorities, accept and follow local court acts, and block certain content. By 1 January 2022, they must establish subsidiaries, representative offices, or branches in Russia. The law sets forth an applicability test that extends the Russian jurisdiction over various types of IT companies – starting from internet giants (having more than 500,000 Russian users daily), hosting providers and ending up with any website supporting user accounts and messaging between Russian users. Register at the link below to join
PrivacyRules has been honoured to be the organiser of a video-session at the African Bar Association (AFBA) 2019 Annual Conference in Monrovia, Liberia, 21 - 24 October 2019. The Session, launched on the 23 October, is entitled: “Privacy and Telecommunication Laws in Africa: Rights & Opportunities”
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PrivacyRules - ShakespeareMartineau Conference PrivacyRules remains the only global alliance of legal and tech professionals dedicated to finding solutions to your privacy questions no matter where you operate in the world. Following its February 2018 launch
Watch the PrivacyRules 3 days event focusing on privacy and cybersecurity in e-commerce: 3-day, 3 continents, 3 languages. Each day hosted leading speakers from multiple countries and diverse backgrounds, from tech journalists to constitutional judges passing through cybersecurity experts. We have been speaking about e-commerce at 360 degrees, debating how this sector should care about privacy as a fundamental right, how privacy is critical to secure investments and for start-ups to succeed, and how to transfer e-commerce related data in and out of China.