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Key themes in fintech and insurtech in 2016

We take a step back and highlight some key themes that we expect to drive growth, disruption and deal volume in the fintech and insurtech sectors in 2016.

11 January 2016
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EU Regulation on online dispute resolution for consumer disputes effective as of 9 January 2016

Remember to implement link to ODR platform – EU Regulation on online dispute resolution for consumer disputes effective as of 9 January 2016.

08 January 2016
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European Commission publishes Work Programme for 2016

The European Commission’s 2016 Work Programme continues with the priorities outlined last year.

05 November 2015
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Data protection and data transfer from the EU to US: Safe Harbor agreements ruled invalid

Safe Harbor agreements and personal data transfers: King & Wood Mallesons report

15 October 2015
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ECJ declares US-EU Safe Harbor decision invalid

Companies, such as Facebook or Google, can no longer base the transfer of personal data to servers in the US on the so called “Safe Harbor Decision” of...

07 October 2015

Data transfers to the U.S. - Safe Harbor principle in the line of fire

A recent opinion of the Advocate General to the Court of Justice of the European Union could result in fundamental changes of data sharing with US-based parties.

25 September 2015
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China investigations: Handling state secrets and privacy data

A review of China's State Secrets regime and the increasingly complicated implications for multinationals doing business in the region.

10 September 2015
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The rise of cyber crime

Cyber crime continues to rise. Are you doing enough to protect your organisation from a damaging cyber attack?

10 September 2015
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Cybersecurity draft law tightens rules on China’s network security – What does it mean for you?

The Draft signals that Beijing is preparing to tighten its rules on domestic networks and data security, in line with its focus on reinforcing national security.

29 July 2015
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Financial loss not required for compensation claims under the Data Protection Act

The Court of Appeal ruled that the tracking of Internet behaviour through web browsers can constitute a breach of data protection legislation.

18 May 2015
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Europe’s Bright Digital Future?

A Digital Single Market for Europe? The European Commission sets out 16 initiatives to make it happen.

08 May 2015
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A Chief Data Officer is not a Data Protection Officer!

The message is clear: as data becomes increasingly valuable, data protection is becoming increasingly important.

18 February 2015
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