We know, there's lots of privacy news and guidance to keep up with every day. So, to help, we offer our top-five most-read stories for the week.
- Baker McKenzie's Brian Hengesbaugh, CIPP/US, and Elisabeth Dehareng, CIPP/E, offer seven predictions for global data transfers following the "Schrems II" decision, including when an updated Privacy Shield may appear and the role binding corporate rules will play going forward in this piece for Privacy Perspectives.
- In this piece for Privacy Tracker, IAPP Legal Research Fellow Cathy Cosgrove explains why the California attorney general's commentary on the California Consumer Privacy Act regulations package is an important resource to consider.
- To commemorate its 20th anniversary, the IAPP unveils "Visions of Privacy," a forward-looking anthology featuring insight from thought leaders in academia and government, industry and civil society from around the world.
- The Daily Dashboard reports NOYB Founder Max Schrems plans to challenge Facebook should it use any new legal basis for data transfers following the Court of Justice of the European Union's ruling on the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield agreement and standard contractual clauses.
- Baker McKenzie Partners Lothar Determann and Michaela Nebel, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, explore how the "Schrems II" decision may impact technology, media and telecommunications services in this piece for The Privacy Advisor.
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