Category Archive: Privacy

Privacy: DLA Piper publishes the 3rd edition of Data Protection Laws of the World

 

DLA Piper’s Data Protection & Privacy group are delighted to announce the launch of the third edition of the Data Protection Laws of the World Handbook. Read the rest of this entry »

Global: Data Protection Laws of the World v2

DLA Piper’s Global Data Protection and Privacy Group has recently refreshed the Data Protection Laws of the World Handbook and now launches the Second Edition. Read the rest of this entry »

Europe: Mobile gaming and privacy: what obligations?

Gambling mobile apps for smart phones and tablets collect a large number of information about users. This is why the European Article 29 Working Party issued an opinion on the obligations to be met in the processing of such information applicable to both European and worldwide entities. Read the rest of this entry »

Global: Rights in Data Handbook 2013

DLA Piper’s Rights in Data Handbook summarises the different types of protection which are available for data and databases in 12 key global jurisdictions including the US, China, Japan, Australia and the EU.

The handbook offers practical tips for the many businesses looking to protect and exploit their databases and will be of equal interest to those who use third party data.

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Europe: data protection regulators provide guidance on cloud computing

The use of cloud computing is becoming more prevalent in the online gambling environment and data protection issues such as this one are going to emerge as the legislators and regulators update their thinking.

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Global: Data Protection Laws of the World

DLA Piper has recently released the first edition of the Data Protection Laws of the World Handbook 2011/2012 which regular visitors to All-In may find useful. It offers a high-level snapshot of national data protection laws as they currently stand in 58 jurisdictions across the world. It provides a quick overview of the aspects of data protection law that are often of great practical significance to businesses. International data transfer restrictions, security obligations and breach notification requirements are among the topics covered.

View the Data Protection Laws of the World Handbook 2011/2012 here.

Europe: How the EU has implemented the new law on cookies

Cameron Craig and Paul McCormack (DLA Piper, London) summarise how each EU member state has or is planning to implement Article 5(3) of the E-Privacy Directive. As the online gambling industry continues to adapt to multi-jurisdictional regulation issues such as data protection, the different ways in which each member state deals with such regulation illustrates the challenges that lie ahead.

Read How the EU has implemented the new law on cookies