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Harry Valetk, a partner in our New York office, joins Brian Hengesbaugh to discuss the global privacy issues surrounding COVID-19 vaccinations. Tune in to hear: the immediate privacy issues to consider in regards to the vaccinewhether a privacy impact assessment is warrantedthe privacy perspective on employers mandating vaccination. https://open.spotify.com/episode/3WevOBKvsQ8pIb9aZMz0F2?si=nyOjalKeS7qLmn0MWdg3Aw

Brian Hengesbaugh is joined by Jessica Nall, partner in Baker McKenzie’s San Francisco/Palo Alto office. Jessica and Brian discuss the series of cybersecurity incidents former giant Yahoo experienced in 2013 and 2014, and Jessica’s lessons learned as a lead attorney representing individuals in those cases in the following government investigations in 2016. Listen in to hear: What went wrong in the case, and why those failures remain relevant todayHow companies can avoid becoming a target…

Technology has facilitated ever-increasing content creation and with this benefit comes less-than-desirable phenomena, like fake news and defamatory content. This, along with the opportunities and challenges that user-generated content creates for the tech industry, has made the regulation of online content a global hot topic. In this episode of TMT Talk, Carolina Pardo, Janet Mackenzie, Lawrence Lee, Lex Kuo, and Gabriela Paiva-Morette discuss the trends and recent updates on the measures employed worldwide to tackle this issue. https://open.spotify.com/episode/0w0xm7CzmTRdGynU4GeJWu

The rules for the new UK-EU relationship following Brexit will be fully implemented by 1 January 2021. With the deadline fast approaching, now is the time to discuss the status and likelihood of a deal, given its inevitable effects on TMT companies. In this episode of TMT Talk, Lothar Determann, Tony Haque, Alex Lumley, and Jessica Mutton offer their expert views on what the TMT industry can expect from Brexit from a trade, regulatory, employment and immigration perspective. https://open.spotify.com/episode/5BAyyAzeiqcgSr8VBflBWx

The US Department of Treasury issued the final CFIUS/FIRRMA regulations on its foreign investment on 13 January 2020, effective 13 February 2020. While it is far from the only country that has re-examined its stance on foreign direct investment, this move by one of the biggest economies worldwide has made a discussion on the topic timely, if not necessary. In this episode of TMT Talk, Lothar Determann, Anahita Thoms, and Rod Hunter share their views on the policies that…

The pandemic has introduced an interesting dynamic for the media industry: the consumer demand for content increased, but the production and distribution of content has become more challenging. In this episode, our panel of experts tackle the new circumstances that surround the reopening of media companies worldwide. Join Carolina Pardo, Chema Mendez, and Teresa Michaud as they dissect the restrictions that are now part of all these businesses’ new normal, the strategies that the content producers and distributors employ…

As the pandemic necessitates continued physical distancing, tech companies worldwide have turned to remote working to ensure the stability of their businesses. This episode of TMT Talk explores the working-from-home phenomenon from a data privacy, tax, and employment standpoint. Join Kate Alexander, Michael Brewer, Michiel Kloes, and Flavia Rebello as they share powerful insights on this essential aspect of our new normal. https://open.spotify.com/episode/1dCuCXF4qz8Tp1Cz66bHBK

This episode of TMT Talk discusses the issues and challenges when it comes to digital services tax and its possible wider implications on global tech companies. Kate Alexander, Ariane Calloud, Dominika Korytek and Antonia Azpeitia tackle the timely global questions that surround the taxation of digital multinational companies. Listen in to our panel of experts as they give their perspectives on what is conjecture, what to consider and where we see the world going. https://open.spotify.com/episode/105cookp2YXPXDOnruOdun

TMT Talk continues to be your source of information on how COVID-19 has shaped the Technology, Media, and Telecoms industry. This episode focuses on how compliance has changed during the pandemic and what other developments to expect in the post-pandemic world. In this edition Lothar Determann, Jo Ludlam, and Widge Devaney share with us their views on the risks and challenges that the industry faces in terms of compliance, what tech companies can do to address them, and how…

The Court of Justice of the EU issued its judgment in Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland Limited, Maximilian Schrems on 16 July 2020. This decision has implications on the wider issue of regulation of international data transfers and, by extension, the tech industry. Our panel of experts, consisting of Lothar Determann, Elisabeth Dehareng and Brian Hengesbaugh, examines the intricacies of the ruling and what it means for the TMT sector. https://open.spotify.com/episode/79SqOrfWy9fICVqHE7myVx