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New Guidance on GDPR Data Processing Contracts Published by the UK ICO

The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) recently published guidance on contracts between controllers and processors. This new guidance provides a more in-depth and detailed discussion of the key issues than did a previously released primer published by the ICO, which set out key points along with helpful checklists. The new guidance discusses (1) when a … Continue Reading

Cookies and Consent Under the EU GDPR

According to a recent story published by The Register, the U.K. data privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued a warning to the U.S.-based newspaper The Washington Post (WaPo) about obtaining consent under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and allowing its readers to switch off tracking and cookies. Article 6(1) of … Continue Reading

The Weekly Privacy Rewind

Class Actions Pennsylvania Supreme Court Declares Employers Have Affirmative Duty to Protect Employee Personal Information • According to a recent opinion by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, “an employer has a legal duty to exercise reasonable care to safeguard its employees’ sensitive personal information stored by the employer on an internet-accessible computer system.” • The putative … Continue Reading

GDPR Spurring Legal Reforms in South America With New Legislation in Brazil

As organizations continue to grapple with the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) even months after its effective date, one thing is clear: The impact of the regulation extends far beyond an organization’s European operations. The global effects of the GDPR are even more apparent when one surveys new and proposed data … Continue Reading

The Weekly Privacy Rewind

Canada Canadian Banks Notify 90,000 Following Breach • Bank of Montreal and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce announced that they were contacted by hackers and informed that nearly 90,000 customers’ personal information was accessed. • The banks will notify customers of the breach and indicate they believe they have fixed the vulnerabilities that led to … Continue Reading
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