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EU’s Privacy Regime Nears First Anniversary Marked By Glitches

Bloomberg Law

22 May 2019

The European Union’s landmark law for protecting European citizens’ data privacy still lacks specifics a year after taking effect. Questions linger over how companies should handle data access requests from individuals; the extent to which GDPR obligations extend to companies outside the EU; and when and how companies should be penalized for not complying with the new regulations. Of counsel in Morrison & Foerster’s Privacy & Data Security practice Alja Poler de Zwart is quoted.

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