Law In Order
Organisations need to ensure there is someone enforcing their rules around information governance.
Employers should ensure compliance with the Privacy Act when dealing with personal information of staff and consumers.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Brief article advising of the increased risks to data protection & cybersecurity during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Miller Thomson LLP
With the emergence of COVID-19 in Canada, organizations are faced with many additional concerns and considerations in their daily operations and strategic planning.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic illustrates and confirms the immense pressures both public and private entities face to widely collect, use and share individuals' personal health data...
Businesses and public bodies in Quebec are attempting to put in place all necessary measures to prevent and slow the risks of spreading Covid-19.
Lawson Lundell LLP
Certainly precautions considering the health of our friends, families and co-workers are foremost in our minds at this challenging time.
American writer Kurt Vonnegut once penned the line, "You asked the impossible of a machine and the machine complied."
As businesses around the world struggle to adapt to life amid the COVID-19 pandemic, what happens when an organization is faced with an emergency ...
The European Data Protection Board (the EDPB) has been actively cooperating with the National Supervisory Authorities in an effort to implement a more harmonized
Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz
The Swedish data protection authority imposed a fine totaling 7 million Euros on Google for violating the right to be forgotten under the General Data Protection Regulation (the "GDPR").
Since the WHO declared COVID-19 (Corona) a pandemic on 11.03.2020, the political measures to contain the virus have intensified across all countries.
Womble Bond Dickinson
No, despite having exited the European Union the UK is not free of its GDPR obligations.
Kemp IT Law
In one of our earlier vlogs we discussed the right to be forgotten under the GDPR.
Khaitan & Co
On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organisation declared the Covid-19 outbreak as a pandemic, thereby calling for more urgent and aggressive action to stifle its spreading.
Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz
Israel Government Authorizes its Security Agency to Monitor Whereabouts of Individuals.
Yigal Arnon & Co
The Israeli Privacy Protection Authority ("PPA") has published a document providing guidance with respect to unique privacy challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
While technological developments over the last couple of decades have made this transition to remote working a relatively seamless one, it's important to stay vigilant: working from home can increase risks to employee privacy...
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a number of European governments, public organisations and private organisations to process various types of personal data in efforts to contain and mitigate the transmission of this virus.
Malta's Information and Data Protection Commission has released a statement encouraging data controllers to adhere to public health authorities' instructions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus