By PrivSec Report2019-10-31T09:57:00+00:00
Businesses breathed a sigh of relief last week when the European Union issued a draft adequacy decision guaranteeing the continued free flow of personal data between the EU and UK. Muzaffar Shah argues however that potential regulatory divergence and legal precedent point to an uncertain future for the arrangement.
The EU’s Court of Justice has imposed a €15m ($18.0m) financial penalty on Spain for not adopting a European Commission (EC) directive about the protection of personal data. The court also ruled Madrid must pay €89,000 daily while it fails to comply.
Ireland’s data protection commissioner Helen Dixon has spoken out about the dangers of data protection regulations being used to resolve other matters and becoming the “law of absolutely everything.”
India is one of the world’s largest data-generating countries and is on the cusp of enacting a new Data Protection Law. PrivSec Report examines what it could all mean.
The Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner in Australia, Angelene Falk, has found the Department of Home Affairs interfered with the privacy of 9,251 asylum seekers by mistakenly releasing their personal information
A US district court judge has dismissed a case against Marriott following a cybersecurity breach affecting around 5.2 million of the luxury hotel chain’s customers
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