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It is hoped that the Trilogue on the EU e-privacy Regulation will start after the summer recess, the rapporteur for the European Parliament on e-privacy Regulation, MEP Birgitta Sippel said yesterday at the CPDP conference in Brussels. She said that it is important to have the GDPR and e-privacy Regulation ready at the same time.

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CRTC is specific in what they expect in a due diligence defence and a comprehensive compliance program.

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Many view the current GDPR as something of a flash in a pan - a kind of Y2K for privacy professionals.  There can be a sense that, while privacy is a big deal now as companies rush to complete their GDPR implementation projects, come May 25th next year everyone will breathe a big sigh of relief and things will calm down again.

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The Commission gave it the official (if lukewarm) ok in October, following the first annual review. Last week it was time for the Article 29 Working Party (WP29) to have its say.

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In a post last week, I said that “There’s a perpetuated misconception that all profiling needs consent. It doesn’t, end of.” Since this seems to have been an area of much confusion under the GDPR, I thought it worth taking the time to elaborate on this point.

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Brian Hengesbaugh, a Partner in Baker McKenzie’s Chicago office, explores what businesses need to know about the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from a human resources perspective in his five-part video series, “What GDPR Really Means for HR Data.” The entire series is available below, including an introductory video previewing the series’ key components.

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Brian Hengesbaugh, a Partner in Baker McKenzie’s Chicago office, explores what business-to-business (B2B) companies need to know about the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in his four-part video series, “What GDPR Really Means for B2B Companies.” 

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On October 19, 2017, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) issued two key decisions in a contested enforcement proceeding brought by Compu.Finder. 

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Phil Lee of FieldFisher explains the finer points of consent for B2B players under GDPA and ePrivacy

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Resistance to change is alive and well when it comes to CASL compliance. The current statutory review is giving voice to factions who would like to see CASL abolished. They would like to go back to treating their prospects poorly.

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