Except for one article, all others deal with data protection and privacy laws related to the European Union. Not too surprising as the general data protection regulation and the EU/US privacyshield have been dominating the privacy news over the last year.
Apart from those major topics I will be looking at how Florida is handling data from citizens with a drivers license as well as what the Donald may have in store for cross-atlantic data transfers.
besides this, there are already some pointers to the semi-final instalment of this series which will focus on online surveillance.
In chronological order:
- Is Ireland ready to police the data world?
- Privacy Shield challenged by Irish privacy advocates
- The GDPR will set the benchmark for global privacy contracting – and here’s why
- How the ICO will be supporting the implementation of the GDPR
- Florida May Be Breaking Law In Selling Personal Info To Companies
- CNIL just published the results of their GDPR public consultation: what’s in store for DPOs and data portability?
- Germany: Data Protection Officer must not have a conflict of interests
- EU to Closely Monitor Trump on Data Transfer Compliance
- Critics: Germany’s GDPR implementation riddled with holes, illegalities