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Following privacy and data protection legislation through the process, into law, and into future court interpretations.

UK data protection post-Brexit

Cynthia O'Donoghue
The U.K. government has published a draft text of the withdrawal agreement concerning the U.K.’s exit from — and future relationship with — the European Union. The withdrawal agreement confirms that once the U.K. leaves the EU there will be a transition period lasting until Dec. 31, 2020. The EU ha...
Global News Roundup — Nov. 5-12, 2018
Molly Hulefeld
In this week's Privacy Tracker global legislative roundup, read about Bulgaria's new Cyber Security Act which will regulate the country's National Cyber Security System, the national cybersecurity coordinator and response teams for cybersecurity incidents. In Australia, opposition to the government'...
Global News Roundup — Oct. 29–Nov. 5, 2018
Molly Hulefeld
In this week's Privacy Tracker global legislative roundup, read about Canada's new breach notification requirements and China's "Circular 151," which allows law enforcement to impose cybersecurity and data protection laws, both of which took effect Nov. 1. The Irish Supreme Court announced it will h...
Global News Roundup — Oct. 22–29, 2018
Molly Hulefeld
In this week's Privacy Tracker global legislative roundup, read about some of the highlights from this year's 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, including the creation of a new working group on ethics and data protection in artificial intelligence. Canada's n...
Global News Roundup — Oct. 15–22, 2018
Molly Hulefeld
In this week's Privacy Tracker global legislative roundup, read about the latest opposition to Australia's proposed Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Bill 2018. Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission issued Advisory Guidelines for National Registrati...
The globalization of criminal evidence
Jennifer Daskal and Peter Swire, CIPP/US and Théodore Christakis
Increasingly, evidence critical to ordinary criminal investigations is located across territorial borders. Before the rise of cloud computing, evidence of crimes generally was available within the requesting country’s territorial jurisdiction. Today, the content of emails, social network posts, and ...