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Happy Data Protection Day! The 28 January each year is celebrated as Data Protection Day (or Data Privacy Day outside of Europe), which marks the anniversary of the Council of Europe’s Convention 108. To mark Data Protection Day 2021, we have summarised some of the key trends and developments in the EU, UK and beyond from a data protection perspective and looking ahead to what to expect for 2021. You can jump to specific country…

It has been two years since the GDPR came into force on 25 May 2018 and during that time, we have seen more guidance published at an EU level as well as from data protection authorities in Member States which has impacted how organisations approach areas of GDPR compliance. We have also seen enforcement action from data protection authorities across the EU and UK. There have also been other significant developments, over the past two…

Multinational organizations subject to privacy laws, such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation, are sometimes also subject to seemingly conflicting trade law. One area of US trade law requires that before exporting certain products or technologies, companies screen against US sanctions lists to prevent the goods from being available to states or individuals deemed bad actors. The lists often contain sensitive information, including personal data relating to suspected or confirmed criminal liability. Click here…