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November 2018

How GDPR Became Europe’s Tech Job-Killer

The European Union seems to have shot itself in the foot. Its efforts to protect your data from misuse likely...

November 2018

Assessing “Accountability” under the GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) holds a data controller accountable for verifying its compliance with the GDPR’s key principles...

November 2018

German children banned from sending their Christmas wishlists to Santa …because it breaks EU’s privacy laws

German town of Roth in Bavaria threatens to ban children’s public Santa letters Children told Christmas tradition may be stopped...

November 2018

Six months in, Europe’s privacy revolution favors Google, Facebook

GDPR awakened the world to the importance of data — but it’s dampened investment in European tech startups. Europe’s sweeping...

November 2018

SIX MONTHS IN, GDPR COMPLIANCE CONCERNS LINGER

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation remains a difficult-to-grasp wild card for many organizations, with compliance concerns still top...

November 2018

Forced landing: an overview of Chilean legislation on financial cybersecurity

State of legislation and policy before the cyber attacks Chile is a country that, at first glance, seems to have...

November 2018

Europe’s Privacy Rules Are Having Unintended Consequences

Europe may succeed in redirecting innovation from data plundering into other areas. If so, that will be a good thing....

November 2018

Who is the biggest GDPR beneficiary?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which primarily aims to protect personal data within the EU, has been in effect...

May 2018

3 Things You Should Know About Europe’s Sweeping New Data Privacy Law

The U.S. takes credit for creating the Internet, and the European Union seems determined to govern it. On Friday, a...