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Lloyd v Google – putting the brakes on English data breach litigation?

Norton Rose Fulbright - Data Protection Report blogA judgment handed down today by the English High Court will be welcomed by UK data controllers. Lloyd v Google [2018] EWHC 2599 represents a corollary to recent case law expanding the circumstances in which litigation may be brought in relation to breaches of data protection legislation. Most notably, the case: reinforces the need for … Continue reading

California passes major legislation, expanding consumer privacy rights and legal exposure for US and global companies

Norton Rose Fulbright - Data Protection Report blogOn June 28, 2018, California lawmakers enacted the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (the “CCPA”) a sweeping, GDPR-like privacy law which is intended to give California consumers more control over how businesses collect and use their data. The new law is set to take effect on January 1, 2020 which means the California legislature … Continue reading
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