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Posted in International/EU Privacy

Where Next for the Draft Data Protection Regulation?

The EU’s Work on Data Protection Reform continues following the vote of the EU Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) on 21 October 2013 to adopt compromise amendments. The 104 compromise amendments represent a consolidation of proposals submitted by various European Parliament committees. Hogan Lovells has prepared a detailed analysis of the compromise amendments approved by the LIBE committee, which is attached to this post.

Posted in Consumer Privacy, International/EU Privacy

EU LIBE Committee Adopts EU Data Protection Compromises; Reform Package Set for Parliamentary Vote

The EU Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (“LIBE”) voted on Monday to adopt its report on the draft General Data Protection Regulation and the separate Directive for the law enforcement sector. This vote sets out the Parliament’s position for its negotiations with the Council and Commission (known as the “trialogue” stage). The Committee aims to have a plenary Parliamentary vote in March before the Parliamentary elections.

Posted in International/EU Privacy

German Privacy Publication Features Hogan Lovells Piece on Proposed Data Protection Regulation

The German publication, Zeitschrift fur Datenschutz, has just published a piece authored by Christopher Wolf, director of the global Privacy and Information Management practice, entitled “A Critical Time for the EU Data Protection Regulation.” The article highlights issues that have been raised about the proposed Regulation, described as ”real and substantial.”  The point of the piece is [...]