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The CCPA and the GDPR Are Not the Same: Why You Should Understand Both

The CCPA and the GDPR Are Not the Same: Why You...

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) are milestone pieces of legislation, in major markets, one on...
Data Regulation Technology Venture Investment GDPR

Data Regulation and Technology Venture Investment: What Do We Learn From...

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, which governs how businesses manage, process, and handle their European users’ data, came into effect in May...
CPI Talks… with Jon Leibowitz

CPI Talks… with Jon Leibowitz

In this month’s edition of CPI Talks… we have the pleasure of speaking with Mr. Jon Leibowitz, Counsel in Davis Polk’s Washington DC and...
The Opportunities and Limits of Data Portability for Stimulating Competition and Innovation

The Opportunities and Limits of Data Portability for Stimulating Competition and...

Data portability has a hybrid nature. What emerged as a data protection concept is now also becoming part of policies aiming to stimulate competition...
Data Access and Portability and EU Competition Law

Data Access and Portability and EU Competition Law

This short paper will discuss the right to access and port data under EU Competition Law and EU sector-specific regulations. While general Competition Law...
Rebooting Digital Market Power

Antitrust Law and Digital Markets: A Guide to the European Competition...

By Viktoria H.S.E. Robertson (University of Graz) Leading jurisdictions around the world are debating whether the nature of data-driven digital markets and the smart technologies...

EU: EC refers Spain and Greece to court over data law

The European Commission decided Thursday, July 25, to refer Greece and Spain to the Court of Justice of the EU for failing to transpose...

EU: Regulators probe data brokers, credit rating agencies

A campaign group has asked EU regulators to investigate several data brokers, credit rating agencies, and adtech companies to see if they are breaching...

Germany sets up body to lead modernisation of competition law

Posted by Out-Law Germany sets up body to lead modernisation of competition law By Michael Reich A new body tasked with proposing reforms to competition law to better...

UK: Facebook charged maximum fine by information commissioner

Facebook was hit with a US$660,000 fine, the maximum allowed, by the British Information Commissioner’s Office over its data scandal with now-defunct political consulting...

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