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Delay of MDR Implementation and its Implications for Brexit The recent postponement of the Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 (“MDR”) means its full application will now fall beyond the end of the Brexit transition period. This could have a huge impact on the UK’s legal framework for medical device regulation after Brexit. Background The MDR repeals the existing Medical Device Directive 94/32/EEC (“MDD”). The MDR came into force on 25 May 2017, and originally, approved medical…

With a changing digital landscape and emerging data driven technologies, the rules of the Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications (Directive 2002/58/EC) are in need of updating. The proposed E-Privacy Regulation was intended to address new legal challenges and complement the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in relation to privacy in electronic communications. The first draft of the E-Privacy Regulation was presented in January 2017, with the aim that it would be passed quickly and would apply from May…

In this edition of the Data Protection Download, Benjamin Slinn and Zelander Gray cover the latest UK and Europe-wide updates in data protection. Topics covered in this month’s update include: Brexit ICO’s new age appropriate design code European Data Protection Board guidelines on connected vehiclesEDPB Guidance on processing personal data through video devices Met Police use of live facial recognition EUR 27.8 million fine imposed by Italian SAAviva v Oliver: Breach of confidence Click here…

On midnight January 31, 2020, the United Kingdom’s law formally governing its exit from the European Union went into effect.  From a data protection perspective, however, Brexit has not resulted in any changes in law.  In fact, The EU Withdrawal Agreement implements a transition period to resolve post Brexit concerns and other formalities through December 31, 2020.  During that time period, most EU law (including GDPR) will continue to apply, and, presumably, the UK will…

In this episode, your host Brian Hengesbaugh is joined by Benjamin Slinn, a senior associate in our London office, to discuss how data protection may look in a post-Brexit Europe. In this episode, you will learn about: What to expect during the transition period, which lasts until December 31, 2020Potential changes in international data transfers after the transition period expiresPractical steps from a data protection perspective that companies should consider taking to prepare for the end…

After January 31, 2020 the UK ceases to be a Member State of the European Union and, under the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement agreed between the UK and the EU-27, a transition period applies until December 31, 2020. From a data protection perspective, this has a number of implications. We have summarised the key points below, including what happens after the UK leaves the EU on January 31, the implications for international data transfers,…