Tag Archives: GDPR

European Commission Releases Study on GDPR Data Protection Certification Mechanisms

The European Commission (the “Commission”) has released a long-awaited study on GDPR data protection certification mechanisms (the “Study”). As we previously reported, the Commission announced its intention to look into GDPR certifications in January of 2018. The GDPR empowers the … Continue reading

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Webinar on April 24 – GDPR: Lessons Learned from the First Year

It’s been nearly a year since the GDPR became enforceable. Now that the dust has settled, it is time to look back and see how and by whom these rules have been enforced. Foley Hoag will present a 60-minute webinar … Continue reading

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GDPR Compliance Doesn’t Guarantee California Consumer Privacy Act Compliance

Privacy law experts warn companies not to assume they can comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) because they are in compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). “The fact is, CCPA is not GDPR, and it … Continue reading

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Fast Break Tackles Unique Issues Affecting Health Law—From GDPR to Blockchain and Beyond

In case you’ve missed it, we’ve been running the Morgan Lewis Fast Break webinar series for more than two years now. Read more detail on Recent Administrative Law posts –

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GDPR Enforcement Update: Increasing Fines Expected from German DPAs

Many companies have been struggling with GDPR implementation over the past two years, putting much effort into new roles, privacy concepts, and workflows. Now that the dust of the immediate GDPR compliance rush is settling, the first details of fines … Continue reading

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