The Philippines Data Privacy Regime
The Philippines’ first comprehensive data protection law, the Data Privacy Act of 2012 (the “Act“), took effect on 8 September 2012. The Act mandated the creation of a National Privacy Commission (“NPC“) to implement, enforce and monitor compliance with the Act, with one of its duties to promulgate rules and regulations … Continue Reading
Julie Brill, Hogan Lovells partner, and co-head of our global privacy and Cybersecurity practice, recently commented on the EU-US Privacy Shield for the EurActiv publication. Her comments are republished here, with permission:
The free flow of data is essential to an ever-growing segment of the global economy. Yet some policymakers and advocates, citing privacy concerns, have called for shutting off … Continue Reading
New operating models – new challenges
As businesses in Asia grow in scale and complexity, they are increasingly turning to outsourcing and large scale technology procurement, including the deployment of cloud technologies, to support their operations and gain competitive advantage.
These initiatives reflect both a maturing of operational strategies for businesses in the region and increasing cost sensitivity.
At the … Continue Reading