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A Data Protection Bill with an Entirely Different Tone

By Martin Abrams | May 11, 2022 |

The Queen’s speech, which was delivered by Prince Charles on…

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There are Many Reasons to Worry About Data Transfers, but the Austrian DPA Second Google Analytics Decision Should not be one of Them

By Lynn Goldstein | May 4, 2022 |

noyb’s posting that the “risk-based approach” to data transfers has…

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The Right to Data Sharing for Security is a Fundamental Human Right

By Information Accountability | March 10, 2022 |

Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine reinforces the fact we live…

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Verified Governance is Coming Like a Runaway Freight Train

By Martin Abrams | February 16, 2022 |

There is growing evidence that data forward processes will require…

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Stewardship Is Still the Key

By Martin Abrams | February 8, 2022 |

The ability for iPhone users to control tracking will have…

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Enacting Privacy Legislation Requires Defining Desired Obtainable Outcomes

By Martin Abrams | January 18, 2022 |

There is little debate that the United States needs a…

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A Pivotal Event in Data Protection Law

By Martin Abrams | December 6, 2021 |

The recently completed UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media &…

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AI Impact Assessments Are Necessary and Additive to Existing Business Processes

By Peter Cullen | October 19, 2021 |

A paradox exists due to the growing use of artificial…

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UK Alters the Trajectory for Global Data Protection Objectives

By Martin Abrams | September 15, 2021 |

The UK Government’s consultation, “Data:  A New Direction” (“Consultation”), reframes…

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Does the Conduct of Observation Merit Dedicated Legislation?

By Martin Abrams | September 9, 2021 |

Do pervasive watching and recording cause risks to individuals and…

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