We have extensively covered the California Consumer Privacy Act, the first U.S. law comprehensively regulating the collection, use, and disclosure of general consumers’ personal information in the U.S. This important legislation poses significant compliance challenges for organizations that engage with residents of California, the world’s fifth largest economy.
As part of the Commissions Digital Single Market Strategy, the European copyright rules are also under review. So far, a rather general communication “Towards a modern, more European copyright framework” as well as a draft regulation on cross-border portability have been published (blog post series). This was in December 2015. Since then, particularly the draft regulation … Continue Reading