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EU and US Authorities Agree to Stronger Data Protection for Transatlantic Data Flows

By Tim Saviola – Edited by Ariane Moss

The European Commission and the United States have agreed on a new Privacy Shield to better protect European consumers. Under the new scheme, new data protection obligations will be implemented for US companies working with European citizen’s data, and a more robust enforcement mechanism is available to process complaints. The details are set to be enacted into law by June, but have met criticism for not going far enough to protect Europeans.

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Flash Digest: News in Brief

By David Nathaniel Tan – Edited by Ken Winterbottom

Patent Holders’ Choice of Forum Under Siege

Property vs. Privacy: Shooting Down Drones

United Kingdom Re-introduces Surveillance Bill

Full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Released

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European Court of Justice Invalidates Key Part of U.S.-E.U. “Safe Harbor” Agreement

By Danielle Kehl – Edited by Olga Slobodyanyuk

Earlier this month, the Court of Justice of the European Union invalidated a key part of the transatlantic “Safe Harbor” agreement, which over 4000 American technology companies rely on to operate in Europe without violating E.U. privacy laws. The ruling could have a significant impact on American business.

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Posted On Nov - 4 - 2015 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Mila Owen – Edited by Olga Slobodyanyuk

Senate CISA Debates End

The FDA CDRH released its Regulatory Science Priorities for 2016

Germany requires all Internet companies to make metadata available to its law enforcement agencies

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Posted On Nov - 4 - 2015 Comments Off READ FULL POST

The Global Corporate Citizen:  Responding to International Law Enforcement Requests for Online User Data 

By Kate Westmoreland – Edited by Yunnan Jiang

This paper analyses the law controlling when U.S.-based providers can provide online user data to foreign governments. The focus is on U.S. law because U.S. dominance of internet providers means that U.S. laws affect a large number of global users. The first half of this paper outlines the legal framework governing these requests. The second half highlights the gaps in the law and how individual companies’ policies fill these gaps.

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Posted On Aug - 13 - 2015 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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