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Upcoming Webinar: The Future of US Privacy Laws

Join us for a look at what’s new for 2024, CCPA consumer rights insights, and help operationalising privacy on 12 March 2024, 9-10am PST

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From CCPA to CPRA:

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.

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Andreas Maetzler, Charlotte Mason

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Series on Implementing PIPL: (1) Cross-Border Data Transfers and Draft Standard Contract

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.

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Women called Charlotte in a pantsuit.

Michael Schweiger, Charlotte Mason

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UK publishes proposals for new Data Protection Reform Bill

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.

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Charlotte Mason

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Turkish Data Protection Law (KVKK), VERBIS registration and what to do before December 31st, 2021!

Compliance with the Turkish data protection law (KVKK) is getting serious. 31 December 2021 is the deadline for the registration with the Data Controller Registry (VERBIS) and for the appointment of a representative in Turkey. From 2022 onwards the Turkish data protection authority may issue heavy fines for non-compliance.

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Andreas Maetzler, Michael Schweiger

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“The bad guys do not appoint Art. 27 representatives” but get fined!

Commentary on the Dutch Data Protection Authority imposing a fine of up to EUR 645,000.

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Andreas Maetzler, Clara Sator