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

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 ...
Global News Roundup — Oct. 9–15, 2018
Emily Leach, CIPP/E, CIPP/US
In this week's Privacy Tracker global legislative roundup, read about the Egyptian Parliament's newly proposed data protection law, Spain's soon-to-be-published law addressing digital legacies, and data protection implications of the newly formed trade agreement between the United States, Mexico and...
Analysis: Ohio’s Data Protection Act
Katelyn Burgess
Ohio recently passed legislation that provides a safe harbor for businesses implementing and maintaining “reasonable” cybersecurity controls. The Ohio Data Protection Act (2018 SB 220) was launched as part of Attorney General Mike DeWine’s CyberOhio Initiative and is intended to help Ohio businesse...
Global News Roundup — Oct. 1–9, 2018
Molly Hulefeld
In this week’s Privacy Tracker legislative roundup, read about growing opposition to India's proposed data security bill and both Australia's Assistance and Access Bill 2018 and its Data Sharing and Release Bill. In Malaysia, Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo said the country i...
GDPR matchup: Brazil's General Data Protection Law
Bruno Bioni and Maria Cecília Oliveira Gomes and Renato Leite Monteiro, CIPP/E, CIPM
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 work to comply with multiple privacy and data protection laws ...
Latest CJEU opinion may illuminate personal data risks
Rita Heimes, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM
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The Court of Justice of the European Union ruled Oct. 2, 2018, that national authorities may access certain types of personal data from electronic communication providers in the course of a criminal investigation because it does not amount to a “sufficiently serious” interference with fundamental ri...
Argentina's new Bill on Personal Data Protection
Diego Fernandez
After a long debate in which most relevant players from both the public and private sectors in data protection participated, the Argentine Congress has a data protection bill to review. Recently, Argentine President Mauricio Macri submitted to National Congress Bill No. MEN-2018-147-APN-PTE, aiming...
Global News Roundup — Sept. 24–Oct. 1, 2018
Molly Hulefeld
In this week’s Privacy Tracker legislative roundup, read about New Zealand's Customs and Excise Act 2018, which came into effect. In India, the government extended the deadline for public comments on the draft Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018, to Oct. 10., and a new ruling from the nation's Supre...