news

picture

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

picture

Today Marks Data Privacy Day: Reflecting on Progress and Anticipating Future Developments

In this brief overview, we highlight global advancements in data protection, including Switzerland’s robust measures, global legislative strides, and the widespread adoption of data protection laws. Explore key statistics, such as the percentage of countries with enacted legislation, and get a snapshot of the global data protection landscape. Stay informed about the latest developments, such as the upcoming implementation of the CCPA Enforcement, US State Privacy Laws, EU NIS II, and more.

picture

The EU's Final AI Act Draft Revealed I Crucial Updates Unveiled

Luca Bertuzzi has brought to light the final, agreed draft of the EU’s AIAct, marking a significant disclosure. EU countries received this crucial document just yesterday, setting the stage for a pivotal discussion within the Telecom Working Party, a technical body of the EU Council, slated for this Wednesday.

picture

Congratulations to 11 Countries for Maintaining EU Data Adequacy

In a significant stride towards maintaining data security, the European Commission has concluded its review of adequacy decisions for 11 nations. These countries—Andorra, Argentina, Canada, Faroe Islands, Guernsey, the Isle of Man, Israel, Jersey, New Zealand, Switzerland, and Uruguay(🇺🇾)—remain steadfast in meeting the stringent standards outlined in the EU’s data protection legislation.

picture

The CJEU rules on the liability of controllers

The Court of Justice of the European Union has been busy untangling the threads of GDPR in recent cases. One such notable instance is C-683/21, where a significant clarification emerged: a controller’s liability for a processor’s actions.

picture

European Data Protection Board Endorses Cookie Pledge for Enhanced User Rights

The European Data Protection Board (#EDPB) has expressed support for the European Commission’s “cookie pledge” initiative. This move, announced during the EDPB’s latest plenary session, is a response to the European Commission’s inquiry on how this voluntary initiative aligns with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the ePrivacy Directive.