Prighter offers amazing data protection tools supported by specialised representation services to make compliance with data protection laws easy and efficient.
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We are a team of dedicated professionals who believe in the impact of data protection laws on how business is done today. We are here to help you to secure your company with the expert knowledge of our data privacy law firm and our deep understanding of online business challenges.
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We provide a market-leading solution for representation under privacy laws around the world, allowing your company to reach out to new markets in compliance with the local data protection laws. Grow your business, protected by Prighter.
We develop scalable legal services by leveraging the experience we have gained as lawyers, external data protection officers and privacy representatives. Our multidisciplinary team brings together a wealth of legal and tech expertise to provide high-end tech solutions for your privacy compliance needs.
For digital service providers, we offer representation related to the security of network and information systems (NIS) in the EU and UK. Benefit from all-in-one Representation as a Service and rely on consistent incident handling.
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New Year, new consumers’ rights for Californian residents. With 1 January, 2023, the CPRA, sometimes also referred to as CCPA 2.0, entered into force. Main changes are related to privacy rights of Californian residents with the CPRA introducing new rights as well as amending rights already granted under CCPA.
Andreas Maetzler, Charlotte Mason
Analysis of the recent guidance from the Cyberspace Administration of China (“CAC”) regarding cross-border transfers in particular China’s version of the Standard Contractual Clauses.
Michael Schweiger, Charlotte Mason
The UK Government has recently announced plans to reform UK data protection laws. Read this article for an update of what the reform plans contain and what the effect of the reform may be.