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Data breaches: to notify or not to notify?

Worried about a data breach? The Hogan Lovells Data Breach Assessor lets you lets you quickly and easily find out if you have to notify a data breach, undertake and document a quick risk assessment and document your decision making

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Will widened class actions regime boost data litigation in the Netherlands?

The Netherlands has approved legislation introducing collective damages actions, which together with mechanisms already available under Dutch law put the country at the forefront of collective redress in Europe

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The challenge ahead – the CCPA’s “reasonable” security requirement

This 11th installment in our series on the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) explains the CCPA’s security requirement and consequences for non-compliance, and describes security controls that most organizations can implement to mitigate this risk

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A guide to blockchain and data protection

Is blockchain incompatible with data protection laws? Our updated guide addresses key data protection questions arising in blockchain projects, such as whether blockchain processes personal data or who is the data controller and the data processor in a blockchain context

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US HHS seeks input on HIPAA changes

The Department of Health and Human Services is asking for feedback on current challenges and potential modifications to the Rules under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, especially on anticipated changes to several specific provisions of the Privacy Rule

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The challenge ahead – the CCPA’s anti-discrimination clause

Under the California Consumer Privacy Act, businesses may not “discriminate” against consumers for exercising certain rights. This 10th part in our CCPA series focuses on the law’s anti-discrimination clause, its ambiguities and potentially contradictory provisions, and impact on businesses

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UK Government aims for data protection continuity despite no-deal Brexit prospect

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has issued guidance, confirming how UK data protection law will work in the event the UK leaves the EU without a deal

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Digital media firm pays $4.95 million in COPPA settlement

The New York Attorney General agreed a $4.95 million civil penalty with a digital media firm to settle allegations that its ad exchange practices violated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act

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