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Mills Oakley
Some parts of your organisation may want to know if they can collect more and more data and hold it for longer.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Principal regulatory & policy issues applicable to contact tracing across a range of key jurisdictions in real time.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A number of tech companies are concerned that they can't ensure user privacy while complying with government requests.
Holding Redlich
During the COVID-19 pandemic, organisations need to balance the need to respect privacy of individuals, whilst keeping sites safe.
Holding Redlich
OICQ encourage Queenslanders to be more vigilant about privacy rights & responsibilities.
Holding Redlich
Data collection and use is important for a range of public and private sector entities and must be managed appropriately.
Holding Redlich
Businesses must remember the privacy principle of using personal information for the purposes for which it was collected.
Holding Redlich
Organisations must take reasonable steps to destroy or de-identify personal information when it is no longer required.
China
Commerce & Finance Law Offices
With the development of information communication, internet, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence technologies, the automotive industry is facing a profound industrial transformation.
East & Concord Partners
Cybersecurity and personal data protection witnessed rapid legislative developments in years of 2018 and 2019, while intensive enforcement activities were conducted by the competent authorities against noncompliance in 2019.
Han Kun Law Offices
The 2020 Revision adopts a function-based approach to regulate excessive personal information collection and implements the minimization principle.
Hong Kong
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
I have recently passed on the concerns expressed by the Personal Data Privacy Commissioner ("the Commissioner") in Hong Kong about the doxxing for personal harassment purposes...
Mayer Brown
The Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong has released guidelines for employers on the collection and use of personal data arising from the pandemic. The guidelines include the following...
India
Nexdigm Private Limited
Wish you all a Happy New year! Value creation from data will be one of the central business themes for this decade and ultimately, it is all about data
Khurana and Khurana
It is one thing for an organization to allow its employees to work from home on an emergency situation and its whole lot of other thing to completely...
King, Stubb & Kasiva
"The times, they are changing" are words that were famously written and sung by Bob Dylan a little less than six decades ago, but these words are truly coming to life now in the wake of the current circumstances.
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
The WHO on March 11, 2020, declared COVID-19 as a pandemic and effectively urged the countries to take all necessary steps and measures to detect, test, isolate, treat people in order to avoid handful of cases ...
Ikigai Law
The Indian government's endeavour to regulate the collection and use of personal data dates back to 2012 when the A.P. Shah led committee released its report on privacy[1].
Factum Law
International Law relevant to this privacy problem statement, can be broadly understood by referring to international human rights law and international space law.
Ikigai Law
On 12 December 2019, Parliament of India appointed a 'joint select committee' ("Committee") to examine the Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 ("PDP Bill")[1].
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