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US Cybersecurity and Data Privacy review and update: Looking back on 2019 and planning ahead for 2020

The reality of cybersecurity and data privacy threats and regulations proved a sobering one for many companies in 2019. The cost of data privacy began to hit home in January, with French regulators imposing a record fine for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) violations, and with subsequent global data privacy fines increasing in amount and frequency throughout the year. As the...

The CLOUD Act – A cross-border data access agreement rises from the fog

The UK and the US inch closer toward easier access to certain electronic data from technology companies. It’s the first agreement of its kind under the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act. The US is in formal talks with Australia to enter into a similar agreement. The agreements are controversial given concerns over data privacy rights. Learn more....

Your quarterly privacy and cybersecurity update

Welcome to the fifth edition of Updata! Updata is an international update report produced by Eversheds Sutherland’s dedicated Privacy and Cybersecurity team. Within, we provide you with a compilation of key privacy and cybersecurity regulatory and legal developments from the past quarter. This edition covers July to September 2019 and is packed full of interesting news items from our...

Your quarterly privacy and cybersecurity update

Welcome to the latest edition of Updata – the international quarterly update from Eversheds Sutherland’s dedicated Privacy and Cybersecurity team. Updata provides you with a compilation of privacy and cybersecurity regulatory  and legal updates from our contributors around the globe over the past quarter. This quarter’s report features commentary on a number of important developments,...

Newfound consumer privacy focus could transform debate over expiring US surveillance authorities

Last month, partner and co-lead of Eversheds Sutherland’s global cybersecurity and data privacy practice, Michael Bahar, was invited to testify before the US Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, an independent federal agency tasked with ensuring that efforts to protect the nation from terrorism also appropriately safeguard privacy and civil liberties. The panel was...

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