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Will Transparency Override Privacy? Introducing The 'Public Register'
Under the current legal framework in Cyprus, shares can be held through nominees, which can be either individuals or entities, in trust for the beneficial owner of the shares without public disclosure of the ultimate owner's identity.
Cyprus
15 May 2019
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New Law On Protection Of Natural Persons With Regard To The Processing Of Personal Data
The Provisions of the new law do not apply to the activities of the Cyprus Information Service (CIS) and the Cyprus Police when dealing with cases related to the protection of national security.
Cyprus
15 May 2019
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Why Complying With The GDPR Is Of Vital Importance For Every Organization
The EU General Data Protection Regulation has now been in effect for more than a month, and the changes it introduced have already been noticed by most businesses and the people whose data they use.
Cyprus
12 Jul 2018
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Assistance With Research For The Personal Information Protection Commission Of Japan
Nicholas Ktenas, partner of the firm who specialises in data protection, and Michael Ioannou, our IT manager, recently contributed to a research project undertaken by Namura Research Institute on behalf of the Personal Information Protection Commission of
Cyprus
14 Dec 2017
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Further Harmonisation Of EU Data Protection Laws: The Proposed New E-Privacy Regulation
The European Union is set to replace Directive 2002/58/EC on Privacy and Electronic Communications, commonly known as the e-Privacy Directive or Cookie Directive, with a new e-Privacy Regulation.
European Union
16 Nov 2017
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Be Prepared For The EU General Data Protection Regulation
The EU General Data Protection Regulation ("the GDPR"), which was approved on 14 April 2016, is the biggest change in EU data protection law for 20 years.
Cyprus
1 Nov 2017
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Cybersecurity Weaknesses And How To Protect Your Organization
What makes law firms different from any other organisations and attractive to cyber-attackers is the legal rules that require maximum confidentiality between attorney and client.
Cyprus
29 Jun 2016
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