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Update on EU-US Personal Data Transfers

Andy Baer is joined by Christopher Dodson of Cozen O’Connor to discuss EU-US personal data transfers after Schrems II, including the latest on the EU-US Data Privacy Framework. Download this episode.

Posted in Cyber Law Monitor Podcast

Incoming State Privacy Laws in 2023

Introducing the Cyber Law Monitor Podcast, a podcast from Cozen O’Connor’s Technology, Privacy & Data Security practice group with discussions and perspectives on emerging trends, developments and best practices. In the inaugural episode, host Andrew Baer is joined by his

Posted in Cyber Law Monitor Podcast

Federal Privacy Law Passage in Doubt?

A few months ago it seemed like the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA) was gaining momentum in Congress and represented the best hope in years for passage of a federal data privacy law that would preempt the five

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The New Standard Contractual Clauses Deadline is Approaching

On June 4, 2021, the European Commission introduced the new set of Standard Contractual Clauses (“SCCs”), a primary mechanism for lawfully transferring personal data from Europe to the United States under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. These new SCCs replace

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Posted in GDPR, Regulations, Standards

AI and Cybersecurity Issues Look Set to Dominate the Privacy Landscape in 2022

Meghan Stoppel, who spent over a decade serving as an Assistant Attorney General, and later a Consumer Protection Chief, to both Democratic and Republican state attorneys generals, talks to Andy Baer, Chair of Cozen O’Connor’s Technology, Privacy and Data Security

Posted in Legislation, Policies and Procedures, Regulations

European Data Protection Board Releases Guidance on Cross-Border Data Flows in the Wake of Schrems II

On November 10, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB), the European Union’s top data privacy regulator, issued long-awaited guidance setting out a framework for navigating transfers of data out of the European Economic Area (EEA) in light of this July’s

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California Privacy Rights Act Will Revamp CCPA to Include GDPR-Type Requirements

On June 24, the eve of the July 1 enforcement date for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the California Secretary of State certified the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), the latest brainchild of privacy activist (and CCPA spiritual father)

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In the new digital world, individuals and businesses are almost entirely dependent on computer technology and electronic communications to function on a daily basis. Although the power of modern technology is a source of opportunity and inspiration—it also poses huge challenges, from protecting privacy and securing proprietary data to adhering to fast-changing statutory and regulatory requirements. The Cyber Law Monitor blog covers privacy, data security, technology, and cyber space. It tracks major legal and policy developments and provides analysis of current events.
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