On 10 July 2023, the European Commission adopted a new legal framework for the transfer of data from the EU to the United States. Although this decision was eagerly awaited by data exporters, a new legal storm could be brewing.
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Ready or not, enforcement of California’s Privacy Laws has begun and its effects are global. International companies doing business in the United States must comply with California’s data privacy laws or suffer large fines.
The Lexing network is organising its first World Conference on 8 June 2022 on the theme “Artificial Intelligence and Metaverse: Legal Aspects”.
In this issue of “Lexing Insights,” the members of the network focus on “GDPR Compliance Audits by DPAs.”.
According to the ECJ, the Gmail service provided by Google, does not consist wholly or mainly in the conveyance of signals on electronic communications networks and therefore does not constitute an ‘electronic communications service’ (ECS).
In this issue of “Lexing Insights,” the members of the network focus on the “Security Issues with IoT Products,” which was one of the topics discussed during the last annual conference of the Lexing international network that was held in Costa Rica last June.
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has just issued two intentions to fine organisations for breaches of the GDPR.
On 26 March, the European Parliament adopted the text of the new directive on copyright in the digital single market.