We’ve put together this glossary to help explain some of the terms used in data protection and in GDPR. If there’s a term you think we should add let us know. AVG = Algemene Verordening Gegevensbescherming, the term used sometimes for GDPR in the Netherlands (although increasingly GDPR is used too there). Adequacy Decision = Read more »
Privacy Shield FAQs
These FAQs answer some basic questions on Privacy Shield. We use some technical terms which are explained in our glossary here – http://www.corderycompliance.com/eu-data-protection-regulation-glossary/. If you would like detailed advice on Privacy Shield we are happy to help – our contact details are at the end of these FAQs. What is Privacy Shield? The Privacy Shield Read more »
EU General Data Protection Regulation FAQs
This note is part of Cordery GDPR Navigator. You can find out more about GDPR Navigator by visiting www.bit.ly/gdprnav. Technical terms are used in this document which are explained in the Cordery GDPR Navigator glossary. What is this all about and where do things stand now? The EU has now changed its data protection Read more »
GDPR Readiness Test
Episode 208: New Schrems Case Poses a Threat to International Data Flows ?
TechLaw 10 hosts Jonathan Armstrong and Eric Sinrod discuss legal issues related to information technology. Eric and Jonathan discuss the recent Schrems hearing which could affect data transfer between the EU and other countries, including the US. They discuss what companies should be doing now to protect themselves. You can listen to this podcast here Read more »
Masters of Disaster podcast – Privacy & GDPR News from the Cold UK!
In this episode of Masters of Disaster Cordery’s Jonathan Armstrong discusses some recent data protection developments with Leona Lewis, the founder of ComplyEthic Consulting LLC. Jonathan discusses the effects of GDPR and the new UK Data Protection Bill 2017 on the compliance community, and in particular how it might make the world of internal Read more »
Client Alert: Schrems Irish Case Referred to European Court – Threat to Model Clauses and International Data Transfers?
The latest round in the Max Schrems and Facebook international data transfers dispute took a very important turn this morning as the Irish High Court has now decided to refer a series of questions on the validity of EU Model Clauses/Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) to the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. Background This case Read more »
Client Alert: EU & UK Brexit Data Protection Positions Update
In the last couple of months the EU and the UK have both issued their official positions on the situation as regards Brexit and personal data protection, which can be found here and here. This brief article summarises the respective positions. What does the EU position paper say? The EU’s paper is somewhat narrow and Read more »
Episode 207: Is it over for Uber in London?
TechLaw 10 hosts Jonathan Armstrong and Eric Sinrod discuss legal issues related to information technology. In this week’s podcast Jonathan and Eric look at the troubles Uber face in London. Why was their licence not renewed? Will this be the end of Uber in London? What are the compliance lessons for other businesses? TechLaw10 is Read more »
Client Alert: ICO GDPR Draft Guidance on Contracts & Liabilities between Data Controllers & Data Processors
The UK data protection regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), recently published draft guidance on contracts and liabilities between data controllers and data processors under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The draft guidance seeks to explain to data controllers what they must include in contracts and sets out what responsibilities and liabilities data Read more »
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