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Current Issue


PL&B International, Issue 154 | August 2018

Lead story:
California passes strictest data privacy law in the US

Businesses covered by the new Act must work towards meeting the requirements before 1 January 2020. Michelle Hon Donovan and Sandra A. Jeskie of Duane Morris LLP report from California. ...more



Back Issues


PL&B International, Issue 153 | June 2018

Lead story:
The Danish transposition of GDPR: A few surprises

Peter Blume of Copenhagen University analyses the national specifics that include extending the scope beyond natural persons. ...more


PL&B International, Issue 152 | April 2018

Lead story:
Cambridge Analytica and Facebook: A wake-up call

How political campaigns may, and may not, profile voters for micro-targeted advertising ...more

PL&B International, Issue 151 | February 2018

Lead story:
Ireland issues Data Protection Bill to implement the GDPR

The long awaited Irish Data Protection Bill was published on 1 February 2018. Paul Lavery of McCann FitzGerald reports on the potentially controversial issues in the Bill. ...more

PL&B International, Issue 150 | December 2017

Lead story:
Australia’s mandatory breach notification regime imminent

A notification duty will apply, from February 2018, to all private sector and not-for-profit organisations with an annual turnover of more than A$3 million. ...more

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