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A Guide Comparing EU, China, ASEAN Standard Contracts for Data Transfers | Privacy World

Digital Assets in England and Wales:

The Law Commission for England and Wales has published its recommendations for reform of the law on “digital assets”, covering digital files, digital records, email accounts, domain names, in-game digital assets, digital carbon credits, crypto-tokens/cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

The Law Commission’s project reflected concerns that some digital assets do not fit readily within traditional

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NIST Not Voluntary in the Volunteer State: Tennessee Privacy Law Requires Comprehensive Written Privacy Program that Conforms to a Voluntary

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Law360 Publishes “CFPB’s Hazy ‘Abuse’ Definition Creates Compliance Questions” Article by Keith Bradley and David Coats | Privacy World

Governor

The EU adequacy decision in favour of the UK allows the free flow of personal data between the UK and the European Economic Area (the EU member states plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway). Both before and since expiry of the Brexit implementation period businesses have emphasised the crucial importance of maintaining that adequacy decision, pointing

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New York Releases Data Security Guide to Help Businesses Protect Personal Information | Privacy World

Selfie ID Biometric Verification Vendor’s

The UK’s Data Protection and Digital Information (No 2) Bill passed its second reading in the House of Commons on 17 April 2023. Completion of that formal stage in Parliamentary proceedings confirms approval of the Bill in principle. From there, the Bill moves into its committee stage for more detailed scrutiny. The second reading debate

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Data Retention and Minimization, The Elephant in the Room | Privacy World

Orders to Progress Complaints – No Backdoor Appeal

It is well known that, under the UK GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018 (“DPA 2018”), data subjects can enforce their data protection rights against data controllers directly in the courts and seek compensation for breaches of those rights.
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