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California Consumer Privacy Act blog series: Covered entities

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightThis is the Data Protection Report’s second blog in a series of blogs that will break down the major elements of the CCPA which will culminate in a webinar on the CCPA in October. This blog focuses on covered entities. Stay tuned for additional blogs and information about our upcoming webinar on the CCPA.… Continue reading

US Supreme Court expands digital privacy rights in Carpenter v. United States

US Supreme Court expands digital privacy rights in Carpenter v. United StatesOn June 22, 2018, the US Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision in Carpenter v. United States,  holding that the federal government needs a warrant to access cellphone location records. In the decision, the Court agreed that there should be a higher standard for accessing location records due to their intrusive nature.… Continue reading

German DPAs publish templates and guidance on records of processing activities pursuant to Art. 30 GDPR

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightThe German Data Protection Authorities (DPAs, acting as the German Data Privacy Conference, Konferenz der unabhängigen Datenschutzbehörden des Bundes und der Länder) recently published templates for the records of processing activities for controllers (Art. 30 para. 1 GDPR) and processors (Art. 30 para. 2 GDPR) together with a corresponding guidance document. This guidance was expected to be released earlier … Continue reading

Amended Colorado bill aims to enhance data privacy laws

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightAs Data Protection Report posted on January 29, 2018, lawmakers in Colorado are considering legislation that, if enacted, would significantly strengthen Colorado’s data privacy protections.  On Wednesday, February 14, 2018, an amended bill passed unanimously in Colorado’s House Committee on State, Veterans and Military Affairs.… Continue reading

China’s proposed Cyber Security Law to have far reaching consequences for businesses operating in the country

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightOn July 6, 2015, China’s top legislative body – the National People’s Congress – published a draft Cyber Security Law that, if enacted in its current form, will have far-reaching consequences for businesses operating in China. The draft expressly provides that the law will apply equally to both Chinese and international businesses.… Continue reading
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