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international compliance (includes eu compliance)
The EU officially has recognized Israel as having adequate protection for personal data, permitting cross-border transfers
The European Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC contains certain restrictions on the export of personal data to a country outside the European Economic Area (“third country”). Whether personal data may be transferred from the EU to a data importer located in a third country has to be...
The Hong Kong financial services industry (as represented by the Consumer Credit Forum (the "CCF") with support from Hong Kong's financial regulator, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority ("HKMA"), have recently issued proposals to widen the scope of the current credit data sharing...
The beginning of the New Year gives us an opportunity to reflect on the evolution of privacy in France over the past twelve months and also to consider the new challenges and opportunities that will develop in 2011. 2010 was a year of evolution for the French data protection authority, the...
German Data Protection Authority Imposes €200,000 Fine for Targeted Advertising Without Adequate Consent
Dr. Stefan Schuppert in the Hogan Lovells Munich office prepared this entry. Stefan is a member of the Hogan Lovells Privacy practice and the IP, Media & Technology group and advises companies in the fields of information technology and new media concerning intellectual...
European Data Protection Supervisor Peter Hustinx traveled in frigid, snowy conditions from Brussels to London on 2 December for an interview presentation at the London Offices of Hogan Lovells attended by lawyers from the Hogan Lovells global Privacy and Information...