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India Issues Clarification of Recent Privacy Rules

As mentioned in a prior post on this blog, earlier this year the Indian Ministry of Communications and Information Technology issued new privacy and data security rules under the Information Technology (Reasonable security practices and procedures and sensitive personal data or information) Rules, 2011 (the “Privacy Rules”). The strict consent requirements relating to the collection … Continue Reading

EU Article 29 Working Party Clarifies Definitions of “Data Controller” and “Data Processor”

On February 16, 2010, the EU Article 29 Working Party published Opinion 1/2010, in which it clarified the definitions of "data controller" and "data processor" as those designations are used within the European Data Protection Directive. The Working Party's opinion is welcome guidance, as such designations are often difficult to apply in practice, especially given the increasing complexity of globalization, organizational differentiation, and information and communication technologies. … Continue Reading

International Privacy Issues and More Addressed in New International Practice Guide

Proskauer Rose LLP has just released "Proskauer on International Litigation and Arbitration: Managing, Resolving, and Avoiding Cross-Border Business and Regulatory Disputes." The online guide is a practical reference work for businesses and practitioners; it explores best practices and creative yet practical approaches to manage, resolve, and avoid controversies affecting multiple jurisdictions. The 28-chapter guide is available free in e-Book format at www.proskauerguide.com. It includes a thorough chapter on international privacy law. … Continue Reading
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