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Davies Collison Cave
The collection of biometric information requires customer consent and must be "reasonably necessary" for the store's functions or activities.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
There are a range of remedies available to protect individual confidentiality which are outlined here.
Holman Webb
The OAIC report emphasises the need for entities to continually improve their approach to preventing data breaches.
Holding Redlich
A look into the obligation to notify affected individuals of a data breach using the Service NSW example.
Bartier Perry
The Tribunal ruled a local council breached Information Privacy Principles when a complainant's identity was made public.
Frost Brown Todd
Our prior podcast episodes detailed how China, Russia, and to a lesser extent India have created barriers to the free flow of personal information across borders.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
The Opal card is a pay-as-you-go system, enabling transport across NSW on public trains, buses, and ferries.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner issued a determination earlier this fall about 7-Eleven's use of "faceprints."
Cooley LLP
The new year ushered in a new way to commoditize personal data: the Shanghai Data Exchange (SDE). With the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) becoming effective on November 1, 2021...
Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green
A significant recent privacy law development is China's enactment of a comprehensive privacy law (Personal Information Protection Law), effective November 1, 2021. Similar to other privacy laws...
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
The CAC had released previous draft measures specifying the "Security Assessment" requirements and procedures formulated based on the Cybersecurity Law that had come into effect in 2017.
China published the draft Regulations on the Administration of Network Data Security for comment through December 13, 2021.
Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
China's new privacy law imposes heightened safeguards for the protection of personal information of its residents and may have extra-territorial application to organizations outside the country.
Cooley LLP
As the world continues to work from home in the wake of COVID-19 and companies lean on online technologies to conduct their businesses and service their customers, China (home to the most online users in the world), is one of the latest countries to pass a new omnibus privacy law.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
In recent years, the question of privacy protection in China has been an important concern, and specifically for companies with business ties to China.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
The Chinese agency charged with implementing and enforcing the new Personal Information Protection Law has issued draft measures for cross-border data transfers.
European Union
Unicase Law Firm
One of the main components of a person's right to privacy is the protection of his personal data.
Unicase Law Firm
Одной из главных составляющих права человека на неприкосновенность частной жизн&
Hong Kong
Mayer Brown
Authored by Mayer Brown IP partner Gabriela Kennedy, the "Hong Kong - Third Country Assessment" Guidance Notes provides an overview of the data protection regime in Hong Kong.
Withers LLP
In the wake of rampant doxing that has occurred in recent years, the Hong Kong government has made key revisions to its data privacy regime to criminalise the unauthorised disclosure of personal data...
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