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First Sanction Decision Rendered By The CNIL Regarding Data Breaches Worth Almost 1 Per Cent Of The Company's Yearly Turnover: The Era Of Tolerance Seems To Be Over
By a new decision of sanction rendered on 28 May 2019, the French data protection authority Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés (CNIL)
UK
3 Jul 2019
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The Highest French Administrative Court Slightly Reduces The Amount Of A Penalty Imposed By The CNIL: Is This The Tip Of The Iceberg ?
A few days before the entry into force of the GDPR, the CNIL imposed a 250,000 euros penalty to the company Optical Center for failure to secure personal data on its website ...
France
3 Jun 2019
3
French Council Of State Confirms GDPR Sanction, Lowers Penalty Fee
Following a recent data breach, Optical Center has been fined 250,000 euros by The Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés.
France
31 May 2019
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CNIL Imposes Penalty To Optical Center; French Highest Administrative Court Reduces Amount
The possibility to file an appeal following a decision by the CNIL may be considered a strategic option for companies operating in France.
France
31 May 2019
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First Sanction Decision Rendered By The CNIL Under The GDPR: GDPR Awareness 2.0 Has Begun
In an interview dated February 2018,[1] Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, at the Head of the French data protection authority (CNIL) ...
European Union
29 Jan 2019
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GDPR: Three Months To Go – February 27, 2018
EU, European Union, GDPR, Global Data Protection Regulation
Worldwide
28 Feb 2018
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GDPR: Three Months To Go
On February 22, 2018, Reed Smith's IP, Tech & Data Group hosted a webinar discussing key priorities and strategies for compliance during the final three months remaining before the GDPR comes into force on May 25, 2018.
Worldwide
27 Feb 2018
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Implementing the GDPR: Reed Smith Webinar on Planning your Path to Compliance in 2017
We are hosting a webinar on January 30, 2017, to discuss the new obligations global organisations with interests in Europe will need to meet to comply with the GDPR.
European Union
14 Jan 2017
9
Preparing For The GDPR: What You Need To Know
Data protection procedures will require an overhaul for any company that offers goods and services, or tracks individuals, in the EU under the European GDPR to take effect from 25 May 2018.
European Union
25 Nov 2016
10
Implementing The GDPR: What You Need To Know
Data protection procedures will require an overhaul for any company that offers goods and services, or tracks individuals, in the EU under the European GDPR to take effect from 25 May 2018.
European Union
24 Nov 2016
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German Data Protection Authority Fines Companies For Transferring Data To The United States
Whereas some of the proceedings are still pending, three penalty notices issued by DPA Hamburg have in the meantime become binding.
Germany
9 Jun 2016
13
International Data Transfers Face Further Setbacks: MEPs and the EDPS Reject the Privacy Shield & the Adequacy Challenge Spreads to EU Model Clauses
The options available to EU organisations for lawfully transferring personal data from Europe to the United States appear to be dwindling. In particular, there have been further setbacks to the approval of the Privacy Shield and, separately, a new legal challenge to the validity of EU model contract clauses.
UK
2 Jun 2016
14
EU General Data Protection Regulation In Force From 25 May 2018: The Countdown To Compliance Starts Now
The long-awaited General Data Protection Regulation was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 4 May 2016.
European Union
9 May 2016
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Privacy Shield Details Have Been Revealed: Here's What Companies Need to Know
The European Commission has published its draft adequacy decision on the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, the proposed data transfer framework that would replace the defunct Safe Harbor program.
European Union
23 Mar 2016
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Now That Details Of The EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Have Been Revealed, Should Your Company Get Ready To Embrace It Or Avoid It?
The Privacy Shield looks set to place significant administrative burdens on its members in terms of EU individuals' redress rights.
Worldwide
17 Mar 2016
17
Obama Signs Judicial Redress Act (JRA) – Another Step On The Way To Securing EU-U.S. Data Flows
President Obama signed the U.S. Judicial Redress Act into law on 24 February 2016, giving European citizens the same right as U.S. citizens to bring actions against the U.S. government if their personal data are misused.
Worldwide
8 Mar 2016
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Passage Of The U.S. Redress Act Raises Confidence In Privacy Protection For Transatlantic Data Flows
The U.S. Judicial Redress Act has been signed into law by President Obama. The move marks an important step in data transfer relations between the EU and the United States.
Worldwide
3 Mar 2016
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The CNIL Sets Expectations As To The ‘EU-U.S. Privacy Shield' And Starts Implementing Enforcement Measures In Case Of Safe Harbor Remediation Default
From mid-October 2015 until now, the WP29 has deeply examined the "practices of U.S. intelligence and the conditions under which it allows any unjustified interference to the European right to respect for private life and data protection".
European Union
15 Feb 2016
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Safe Harbor Re-Launched As The "EU-U.S. Privacy Shield" – But Doubts Are Already Raised That It Will Live To Survive A Battle
Following speculation that protracted negotiations had been in vain, an agreement on Safe Harbor has apparently been reached.
Worldwide
3 Feb 2016
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