International Report - Issue 179
05 October 2022
PUBLISHER'S COVER NOTE
- Proposed US federal data privacy law offers strong protections but only to US residents
Professor Graham Greenleaf analyses the US Data Privacy and Protection Act from a global perspective.
- G7 countries work towards elements of convergence
Bridging differences, and emphasising democratic values are key elements for promoting Data Free Flow with Trust. By Dr. Heiko Haupt and Georg Witos of Germany’s Federal Data Protection Commission.
- Adtech just got more complicated
- The rise of ‘neobrowsers’
- Poland: Should free services be provided for sharing personal data?
- Has the EU GDPR been a success?
- Call to halt European police facial recognition system
- IAB Europe case referred to the CJEU
- California Attorney General settles first CCPA enforcement action
- Indonesia passes DP Bill
- EU sets up office in Silicon Valley
- Ireland’s data regulator to expand
- Argentina publishes new DP Bill
- Netherlands DPA’s views on GDPR legitimate interests criticised by EU
- Ireland’s DPA fines Instagram/Meta
- Whistleblower accuses Twitter of data protection failures
- France’s DPA fines INFOGREFFE €250,000