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Businesses need to put in place contingency plans to address the possibility that the flow of personal data between the UK and 27 other EU countries will be disrupted from the date of Brexit, an expert in data protection law has said. 13 Aug 2018
A German appeal's court has rejected a bid from the internet’s global domain name organisation, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), to force a domain name registrar in the country to collect additional personal data. 07 Aug 2018
The plans the UK's data protection watchdog has for enforcing information law have been put to the country's law makers for approval. 03 Aug 2018
A new law introduced in Spain gives businesses time to update data processing contracts that they entered into before the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect. 02 Aug 2018
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