The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was created in 1970 to safeguard the environment against pollutants. The tidal wave of environmental regulations that followed impacted every industry in the United States, especially the automotive market. Decades later, organizations have internalized these regulations into their culture.
Today, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is driving a regulatory wave of similar … Continue Reading
As global focus on data protection and cyber security law and regulation continues to increase, the Asia-Pacific region is increasingly an area of concern for global compliance programs.
Much of the focus internationally has been on preparations for the May, 2018 implementation of the EU GDPR. However, the APAC region is also noteworthy for a number reasons, including China’s ongoing … Continue Reading
On April 11th, Hogan Lovells Paris held its 7th TMT Seminar on “Are Data a source of risk, liability and value?”
At a time when data, personal or not, are all around us, how should we go about considering all of the issues involved?
Charlotte Le Roux, associate in Hogan Lovells Paris’ privacy team, welcomed our … Continue Reading