Nov 252014
 

Daniel Solove and  Paul M. Schwartz write: We spend a lot of time staying up to date so we can update our casebooks and reference books, so we thought we would share with you some of the interesting news and resources we’re finding. We plan to post a series of posts like this one throughout the year. What […]

Nov 242014
 

Heads up, UK privacy advocates! Svenja O’Donnell and Scott Hamilton report: The U.K. government will introduce anti-terrorism legislation this week requiring Internet companies to provide user data to authorities. The bill, to be published on Nov. 26 and fast-tracked through Parliament so it becomes law before the general election in May […] Under the proposed […]

Nov 242014
 

Marta Dunphy-Moriel and Paula Fernández-Longoria of Bird & Bird have an update that addresses: The Spanish Data Protection Agency issuing a guide on Privacy Impact Assessments The Official Agency of the Official State Gazette (AEBOE) publishing the “Code on the Right to be forgotten;” and Spanish Data Protection Agency Annual Report 2013 You can access […]

Nov 212014
 

Media statement: Earlier this week, the Alberta government tabled Bill 3, the Personal Information Protection Amendment Act, to resolve constitutional issues raised by the Supreme Court of Canada. “I am pleased the government brought these amendments to the legislature quickly as the importance of private sector privacy legislation in Alberta cannot be overstated,” said Information […]

Nov 202014
 

Vincent Matinde reports: The government of Ghana has launched the data protection commission under the data protection Act 2012 (act 843) and has simultaneously unveiled the main website and registration systems to be used to collect and manage data. The launch, under the theme Know your right, protect your information, aims to create awareness for […]