The Article 29 Working Party issued a revealing statement about the so-called EU-U.S. Umbrella Agreement, which is aimed at creating a high-level data protection framework in the context of transatlantic cooperation on criminal law enforcement.
As a sign of support for the deal, the Working Party welcomes the initiative to set up a general data protection framework in relation to … Continue Reading
As reported in The New York Times, Hogan Lovells represented a diverse group of 15 major technology companies, such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Snapchat, and Cisco, in filing last week an amicus brief in In re Search of an Apple iPhone. The Times reports:
“‘These companies, which are often fierce competitors, have joined together to voice concern about … Continue Reading
The need for proper and legitimate powers to enable intelligence and law enforcement agencies to do their job and keep everyone safe requires little justification. We live in a dangerous and uncertain world where anyone can be a victim of intolerance. So in a show of political awareness and legislative dexterity, the UK government is currently seeking to adopt a … Continue Reading