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Global News Roundup — June 19–26, 2017
Emily Leach, CIPP/US
Italy’s data protection authority has ruled that employers cannot monitor employees’ internet access and emails; the Article 29 Working Party released information on records transferred to non-adequate third countries' financial authorities; and the higher administrative court of North Rhine-Westpha...
WP29 on financial data transfers, guidance schedule
Sam Pfeifle
The Article 29 Working Party, the collected data protection authorities in the EU, released more information today regarding work completed in its recent June plenary session. It includes extensive new information on records transferred to non-adequate third countries' financial authorities and deta...
Global News Roundup — June 12–19, 2017
Emily Leach, CIPP/US
In this week’s Privacy Tracker legislative roundup, read about how Canada’s House of Commons committee has approved a long-awaited border preclearance bill, despite concerns from the federal privacy commissioner, and the private-right-of-action in Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation was suspended. Turkey...
GDPR matchup: Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act
Hannah YeeFen Lim
In this Privacy Tracker series, we look at laws from across the globe and match them up against the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The aim is to help you determine how much duplication of operational effort you might avoid as you move toward GDPR compliance and help you focus your efforts. I...
Global News Roundup — June 5–12, 2017
Emily Leach, CIPP/US
In this week’s Privacy Tracker legislative roundup, learn about draft guidelines on cross-border transfers pursuant to China’s new Cybersecurity Law. Also, Jamaica’s Parliament is expected to take up the Data Protection Act by the end of the month. The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee held a heari...
Global News Roundup — May 30 - June 5, 2017
Emily Leach, CIPP/US
China and Japan have seen major changes to their privacy and security regimes in the past week with China’s new Cybersecurity Law and amendments to Japan’s Act on the Protection of Personal Information going into effect. U.K. and Belgian data protection authorities have both released annual reports ...
Global News Roundup — May 22 - 30, 2017
Emily Leach, CIPP/US
In this week’s Privacy Tracker weekly roundup, read about new data retention rules for mobile service providers in Kazakhstan beginning 2018. Plus, Japan’s lower house has passed a controversial bill allowing law enforcement officials to punish individuals found guilty of plotting terrorist attacks ...