Privacy Lawyer Authors Article on Recent Data Protection Developments for National Law Review
Privacy Law Attorney on Recent Data Protection and GDPR Developments
Privacy lawyer Richard B. Newman authored an article for the National Law Review, a legal news journal by leading attorneys. The article, “Privacy Lawyer on Recent Data Protection Developments,” addresses the first monetary penalty imposed by a European privacy regulator since the GDPR became effective – and it did not involve a data breach. Richard discusses what led to the enforcement action and the importance of data protection by design.
The piece also mentions that the U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office and the French Data Protection Authority have respectively released guidance to assist organizations with GDPR compliance and how organizations can share personal data with third-parties in a lawful manner. The latter comes on the heels of the French DPA issuing warning letters to French ad tech companies.
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Richard B. Newman is a privacy attorney at Hinch Newman LLP. He is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
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