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Enforcement: To Be Effective, One Needs to be Selective

By Martin Abrams | April 7, 2021 |

Richard Thomas, when he was Information Commissioner of the United…

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Avoid the Well-Worn Groove to Make Privacy Governance Better

By Martin Abrams | April 1, 2021 |

Writing privacy legislation that is fit for its intended purpose…

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Lesson from the North: The Expectations for Federal Privacy Legislation Will Overwhelm the Process

By Lynn Goldstein and Marty Abrams | March 30, 2021 |

Are the goals of a comprehensive U.S. privacy bill to…

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Schrems II and HR Data

By Martin Abrams | March 10, 2021 |

The balancing of rights and freedoms is one of the…

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In 2021, the Policy Currents will Blow Hard from Numerous Directions

By Martin Abrams | January 27, 2021 |

A generation ago privacy was much simpler.  By “a generation…

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There Is Only One Opportunity for Initial Design of the First Data Protection Agency in the United States

By Martin Abrams | December 10, 2020 |

This blog reflects the views of Marty Abrams The style,…

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Multilateral Proportionality Requires Definition

By Martin Abrams | October 29, 2020 |

The stresses of 2020 have challenged the data protection community’s…

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Risk Based Should Be More Than A Cliché

By Martin Abrams | September 22, 2020 |

The IAF will hold a policy call October 14 on…

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Canada is the Right Place to Explore Next Generation Privacy Legislation

By Martin Abrams | September 9, 2020 |

Privacy law is less settled today than it was when…

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Muddling as a Data Protection Strategy

By Martin Abrams | August 19, 2020 |

Schrems II has led to muddling as the latest data…

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