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The Digital Services Act (DSA) entered into full force on 17 February 2024. This is a monumental EU regulation, containing 93 articles and 156 recitals, which is intended to impose:

  • A framework for the conditional exemption from liability of providers of online intermediary services (i.e. companies that are conduits for, cache or host third-party online

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the European Union (EU) have rolled out their completed joint guide on the ASEAN model contractual clauses (MCCs) and EU standard contractual clauses (SCCs).[1]

This is the second half of a two-part guide, with this latter segment focusing on implementation aspects of the MCCs and SCCs.

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2023 Cybersecurity Year In Review | Privacy World

FTC Consumer Protection and Data Protection Insights for 2024 | Privacy World

On January 15, 2024, the European Commission (EC) published its report on 11 adequacy decisions made under the Data Protection Directive. This is the first review of its kind in GDPR times for adequacy decisions that were living their own existence, with not many troubles (leaving the US one aside). A periodic checkup is foreseen in the most recent adequacy decisions (and Japan last review was published in April 2023), but not much was done for the other ones; this is now remedied.Continue Reading Adequate One Day Keeps Personal Data Transfer Problems (Forever) Away? Let’s See What the EU Doctor Just Said

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Newly Issued Guidelines on Standard Contracts for Cross-boundary Data Flow Within the Greater Bay Area (i.e., Hong Kong, Macau and

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Notes from the Asia Pacific Region, December 2023 | Privacy World

Singapore to Amend Cybersecurity Law | Privacy World

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The Spanish Data Protection Authority (AEPD) has issued a set of guidelines on the use of biometric systems for access and employee attendance control defining the criteria for using these systems (and the measures to be considered in the context of these processing activities) in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).Continue Reading The Spanish DPA’s Restrictive Approach to Processing Biometric Data for Access and Attendance Control

On December 8, 2023, after some intense rollercoaster rides, the European Union (EU) institutions reached a political agreement on the EU Artificial Intelligence Act (EU AI Act). The compromises reached after sleepless nights still need to find their way into a final text (and this one might only be available after the holiday season), but

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FCC Acts to Protect Consumer Data by Strengthening Customer Proprietary Network Information and Number Porting Rules | Privacy World

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