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UK sanctions legislations rushes through Parliament in advance of a potential no-deal Brexit

A significant amount of UK sanctions legislations has been put recently before Parliament to prepare for the possibility of the UK leaving the EU without a deal. Here, we review what is proposed and what the UK sanctions regime might look like after Brexit

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Initial coin offerings could be regulated under new EU crowdfunding rules

If the European Parliament approves them, new rules would create common regulation and standards for token sales, allowing projects to raise funds and trade in the EU

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Bank of Italy issues draft secondary rules implementing PSD2 and 4AMLD

The Bank of Italy and the Financial Intelligence Unit are consulting on three sets of draft rules implementing PSD2 and 4AMLD at a secondary level of legislation

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The General Data Protection Regulation timidly opens the doors to data class actions in Europe

Among many other things, the GDPR introduces, everywhere in the EU, collective actions, which can be initiated by not-for-profit bodies dedicated to personal data protection thanks to consolidation mechanisms

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LISTEN IN: Worried about the GDPR? Don't panic!

Does the GDPR apply to my organisation? What will the regulators really care about? What should be prioritised? These were some of the questions our panel discussed at our recent GDPR webinar

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The true global effect of the GDPR

As many companies ponder over the right strategy to privacy compliance, a key question has emerged: which organisations, and under which circumstances, are subject to the territorial scope of the GDPR?

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PSD2: Corrigendum published in the Official Journal

The corrigendum amends various recitlas and articles under PSD2

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The impact of the Geoblocking Regulation after Brexit

The EU has released a Notice on the impact of Brexit on the incoming rules on geoblocking. This suggests that UK customers could be subject to various discriminatory practices by online traders after the UK leaves the EU, but is this a correct interpretation?

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