Whether you are in the IT department or on the legal team, in recent weeks you’ve no doubt received announcements and advertisements offering technology solutions that promise to help you “achieve GDPR readiness.” While these products can help address certain compliance issues, it’s important to understand their limitations – and that GDPR compliance requires more than technology solutions. Before any tool can be useful, GDPR demands a combination of review, risk analysis and thoughtful decision-making on the part of your company. While software solutions can help with discrete tasks – data mapping, controlling and monitoring who has access to data, and managing consent, to name a few –…
United Arab Emirates to introduce new data protection law, a step towards a UAE data protection regime that would provide adequate level protection for the purposes of data transfers from the EU and other regulated jurisdictions.
Pres. Biden to nominate to FTC Alvaro Bedoya, Georgetown Law professor and founding director of GU’s Center on Privacy & Technology where his work has focused on surveillance technologies including facial recognition.
.@DPCIreland to fine #WhatsApp Ireland Ltd €225 million for failure to meet the #transparency requirements of #GDPR Articles 12-14. This fine increases the €30-50 million proposed in the DPC’s December draft decision. https://edpb.europa.eu/system/files/2021-09/dpc_final_decision_redacted_for_issue_to_edpb_01-09-21_en.pdf