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The CNIL publishes new guidelines on cookies and other similar technologies

US Supreme Court expands digital privacy rights in Carpenter v. United StatesOn 4 July 2019, the CNIL published new guidelines on cookies and other similar technologies, repealing its 2013 cookie guidance in order to align its position with the GDPR’s new requirements on consent. These guidelines will be supplemented during the first quarter of 2020 by sectoral recommendations aimed at providing practical guidance to stakeholders on … Continue reading

French National Assembly adopts “Digital Republic” bill

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightOn January 26, 2016, the French National Assembly adopted the “Digital Republic” bill  — a comprehensive bill introducing various provisions to regulate the digital sphere within the French society. Access to public data, neutrality of the Internet, access to the digital sphere and communication networks are some of the main subjects covered by this bill. … Continue reading

Google challenges applicability of CNIL’s “right to be forgotten” order to domain extensions outside the EU

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightIn a recent blog post, reflecting on Google’s ongoing dispute with France’s CNIL about the scope of the “right to be forgotten,” Peter Fleisher, Google’s Global Privacy Counsel, announced that Google will maintain its position that that company would not comply with the CNIL’s formal notice dated May 21, 2015 to implement individuals’ requests to … Continue reading
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