Monthly Archives: February 2019

The German FCO/Facebook decision: implications for data privacy regulation

The German competition authority, the Federal Cartel Office (“FCO“) last week announced the results of its investigation into Facebook for a novel abuse of dominance involving consent for its data collection. Whilst the full decision is not yet public, the … Continue reading

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Brexit and its impact on international transfers of personal data

Miriam Everett, Head of the Data Protection and Privacy group at Herbert Smith Freehills, has been working with the LexisNexis Data Protection Intelligence Group to publish a paper on Brexit and international personal data transfers: Practical approaches for the private sector … Continue reading

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Filed under Brexit, Data Protection, Extra-territoriality, GDPR