GDPR + European Privacy Resource Center

Welcome to Morrison & Foerster’s GDPR & European Privacy Center.

We understand that our clients have an ongoing need to manage compliance obligations across multiple privacy and data protection regimes, including the EU and UK General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and the Whistleblowing Directive. While some of these legislative topics (such as the GDPR) are pan-European in scope, others (such as the Whistleblowing Directive) are implemented in different forms at the EU Member State level. We closely track all European and local developments on behalf of our clients and provide guidance tailored to your organization.

We recognize that this is an evolving landscape for our clients. We will continue to monitor and update this GDPR & European Privacy center to cover changes in other key developing areas, such as the NIS Directive (also known as the directive on security of network and information systems) and the upcoming European ePrivacy Regulation.

Privacy and data protection compliance in Europe is a C-suite level priority for all organizations. Morrison & Foerster’s Global Privacy + Data Security team has extensive experience advising organizations across industries in all phases of their privacy and data protection preparedness in Europe, whether on a national, pan-European or global scale. Explore our GDPR & European Privacy Center as you continue to assess your obligations and develop your compliance program.

We would be delighted to discuss how we can assist you and your organization. We’re here to help.

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