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Complete Our GDPR Readiness Survey

With the EU Data Protection Regulation enacted and due to come into force in May 2018, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton & Williams and AvePoint have launched a global survey to enable organizations to benchmark their readiness for the GDPR. This blog post contains a link to the survey. … Continue Reading

CIPL Releases Outcomes Report of First GDPR Implementation Project Workshop in Amsterdam

Recently, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton & Williams LLP co-hosted a one-day workshop in Amsterdam with the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice, as part of its kick off of CIPL’s new long-term project on the implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. This blog entry provides highlights on the project and a link to its workshop report.… Continue Reading

CIPL Points to Transparency as Key Catalyst for Innovative Information Economy

On November 20, 2015, Markus Heyder, Vice President of the Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton & Williams LLP, discussed how “transparency is increasingly understood as a core component of addressing the challenges of the modern information economy” and a key catalyst for a productive and innovative information economy in an article entitled Transparency and the Future of Driverless Privacy published by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. … Continue Reading

Brazil Releases Revised Draft Privacy Bill

In late October, the Brazilian Ministry of Justice (the “Ministry”) issued its revised Draft Bill for the Protection of Personal Data (“Draft Bill”). The Ministry released its preliminary draft in January 2015, and the Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton & Williams LLP (“CIPL”) filed public comments to the draft on May 5, 2015.… Continue Reading

CIPL Supports Theme of “Privacy Bridges” at 37th International Privacy Conference in Amsterdam

On October 27, 2015, Hunton & Williams LLP’s Centre for Information Policy Leadership will conduct a joint workshop with Nymity on Bridging Disparate Privacy Regimes through Organizational Accountability during the 37th International Privacy Conference. The Centre for Information Policy Leadership also has released two draft white papers in a series of three on protecting privacy in a world of big data.… Continue Reading

CIPL Comments on the Indonesian Draft Data Protection Regulation with New White Paper on Cross-Border Data Transfers Mechanism

On August 20, 2015, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton & Williams (“CIPL”) filed comments to the Indonesian Draft Regulation proposed by the Minister of Communication and Information (RPM) of the Protection of Personal Data in Electronic Systems. The comments were limited to the issue of cross-border data transfers and were submitted in … Continue Reading

Scottish Honor for Peter Hustinx

On July 1, 2015, Peter Hustinx, who recently retired as the European Data Protection Supervisor, was awarded the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science in Social Science by the University of Edinburgh.… Continue Reading

CIPL Urges Expansion of Privacy Toolkit Beyond Consent

In an article published in the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ Privacy Perspective, entitled Empowering Individuals Beyond Consent, Bojana Bellamy and Markus Heyder of the Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton & Williams argue that consent is no longer the best or only way to provide control and protect individuals.… Continue Reading

DataGuidance Hosts Webinar on Brazil’s Draft Privacy Law

On June 24, 2015, DataGuidance will host a complimentary webinar on Brazil: Towards Privacy Compliance, and the panel of speakers includes Bojana Bellamy, President of the Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton & Williams. This blog entry provides a link to register for the event.… Continue Reading

Data Localization in a Chinese Context

In a recent article published in the International Association of Privacy Professionals' Privacy Perspectives, Hunton & Williams partner Manuel Maisog explains why lessons from China's past show that its future should have little room for data localization. This blog entry provides a link to the full article.… Continue Reading
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