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DPO Dispatch - Issue #4

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DPO Dispatch

July 29 · Issue #4 · View online
A weekly summary of important developments in the world of privacy and data protection for practicing privacy professionals.

Thanks for subscribing to the DPO Dispatch. It was another busy week in the world of privacy and data protection. Here’s a quick summary of the top stories you’ll find below:
  • Details of the proposed FTC / Facebook settlement are revealed and the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) files a legal challenge on behalf of consumers to prevent its appoval
  • Ashley Gorski, Staff Attorney in the ACLU’s National Security Project, provides a great summary of the US surveillance practices at issue in the Schrems II case before the EU Court of Justice
  • France’s national data protection authority, CNIL, publishes New Guidelines on Cookies and Similar Technologies 
  • European Data Protection Board Issues Opinion on U.S. CLOUD Act, finds it generally incompatible with GDPR, putting US companies in a bind
  • European Commission Issues Report on the Implementation of the GDPR 
  • Report finds 34M vulnerabilities across AWS, Google Cloud and Azure, confirming now is the time for your team to levelup on DevSecOps!
  • New study demonstrates that ‘Anonymised’ data can never be totally anonymous
  • Canada (Newfoundland): Court Finds Language of Privacy Act Precludes Arbitration of Privacy Disputes
  • Italian Supervisory Authority Issues Judgment Concerning the ‘Right to be Forgotten’ 
  • European Data Protection Board Issues Guidelines on Processing of Personal Data via Video Devices
  • IAPP publishes resource to allow for state-level comparison of privacy legislation
Have a great week!
Nick

Last Week
FTC Imposes $5 Billion Penalty and New Privacy Restrictions on Facebook FTC Imposes $5 Billion Penalty and New Privacy Restrictions on Facebook
Privacy Group Files Legal Challenge to Facebook’s $5 Billion F.T.C. Settlement Privacy Group Files Legal Challenge to Facebook’s $5 Billion F.T.C. Settlement
EU Court of Justice Grapples with U.S. Surveillance in Schrems II - Just Security EU Court of Justice Grapples with U.S. Surveillance in Schrems II - Just Security
CNIL Publishes New Guidelines on Cookies and Similar Technologies
European Data Protection Board Issues Opinion on U.S. CLOUD Act
European Commissions Issues Report on the Implementation of the GDPR
Report finds 34M vulnerabilities across AWS, Google Cloud and Azure Report finds 34M vulnerabilities across AWS, Google Cloud and Azure
'Anonymised' data can never be totally anonymous, says study
Canada (Newfoundland): Court Finds Language of Privacy Act Precludes Arbitration of Privacy Disputes
Italian Supervisory Authority Issues Judgment Concerning ‘Right to be Forgotten’
EU: EDPB ISSUES GUIDELINES ON PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA THROUGH VIDEO DEVICES
Other Notable News
Equifax to Pay at Least $650 Million in Largest Data-Breach Settlement Ever - The New York Times
Encryption laws to run up against CLOUD Act and GDPR: Law Council | ZDNet
Europe's Privacy Rules Hurt Small Firms, Not Google and Facebook
Apple contractors 'regularly hear confidential details' on Siri recordings
Technology, Resources, Helpful Things
US State Comprehensive Privacy Law Comparison
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