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Entries in data privacy (11)

Wednesday
Sep122018

Illya Antonenko: Three months after GDPR, is due diligence still possible?

It has been over three months since the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect. The sky hasn’t fallen, and we are still here. We at TRACE now wear a t-shirt saying “I survived the GDPR” and see the humor in GDPR jokes and online memes.

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Monday
Sep102018

Vera Cherepanova: Can GDPR and blockchain ever coexist?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May. With the risk of hefty fines, it's no surprise that GDPR compliance tops the agenda for many organizations. But one area of technology faces even greater challenges under GDPR: blockchain.

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Thursday
Sep062018

The fundamental choice of personal privacy

Soon after we rolled out FCPA Tracker, we began receiving the same question again and again: Do you provide user activity reports?

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Wednesday
Jan312018

Allan Matheson: How resilient are your third-party compliance technologies?

In an era of rapidly shifting data privacy legislation, increasing technological complexity, and the rapid growth of businesses, third-party compliance technologies must match these changes with increasing resilience to avoid becoming obsolete in the future.

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Tuesday
Aug222017

Frances McLeod on data transfer compliance: It's time to become GDPR aware

Companies are increasingly frustrated by privacy protection laws that vary from country to country. But the European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which becomes law on May 25, 2018, eliminates much of the confusion with a uniform code for all EU nations.

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Tuesday
Aug152017

Frances McLeod: How to deal with the mess known as EU to U.S. data transfer law

Frances McLeod, a founding partner of Forensic Risk Alliance, is spending a lot of time helping clients deal with EU privacy and data protection issues.

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Monday
Jun192017

FBI Special Agent Adam Lee on FCPA probes: ‘We use all of the techniques available to us’

I spoke last Thursday with Adam S. Lee, the Special Agent in charge of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's Richmond Division.

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Tuesday
Sep062016

Eric Carlson: Take the headaches out of China investigations (Part 1)

Any company with more than a small presence in China is likely to need to conduct an internal investigation there at some point.

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Wednesday
Nov042015

Jo Sherman: EU data protection regime is ‘a culture clash’ with the U.S. (with video)

Jo Sherman spoke with me about her post on the FCPA Blog and how multinationals and their lawyers can deal with EU data protection rules after the Max Schrems decision.

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Tuesday
Nov032015

Martin Kenney: After EU data protection moves, prepare for a season of frustration

As the owner of an English law firm based in the British Virgin Islands, I read with interest Jo Sherman’s post on the FCPA Blog about the recent changes to the European Union’s decision to toughen up even further its data protection rules.

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Monday
Mar302015

SFO fined £180,000 for disclosing confidential BAE witness data

The UK data privacy watchdog fined the Serious Fraud Office £180,000 ($266,000) Monday for mistakenly disclosing evidence in the BAE investigation about 64 confidential witnesses in the case.

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