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Posted in International/EU Privacy

GDPR Is In Effect: The French Bill Has Been Adopted…But Referred to the French Constitutional Council

The General Data Protection Regulation entered into force on 25 May 2018. In light of the urgency to adapt Law no. 78-17 dated 6 January 1978 to the new European Union law, the French Government has initiated an accelerated procedure. This procedure led to the adoption in final reading by the French National Assembly of the bill on personal data protection on 14 May 2018. However, some French Senators lodged a constitutional complaint against the said law on 16 May 2018.

Posted in News & Events

Upcoming Webinar: Worried about the GDPR? Don’t Panic!

With the GDPR about to come into effect, join our experts for a live webinar on May 23 to learn what you should be focusing on now. The GDPR becomes applicable on 25 May and will affect organisations worldwide. It is a complex and strict law with dozens of obligations which will be fiercely enforced. Getting it right will be essential for business success in the digital economy.

Posted in International/EU Privacy

France Implements EU Requirements for Data Breach Notification, Audits and Cookies Applicable to Electronic Communications Service Providers

On August 26, 2011 France implemented new EU provisions on data breach notifications for electronic communications providers, as well as new provisions requiring prior consent for cookies. The French measure also gives the government power to order security audits for electronic communications providers.

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European Cookie Legislation: Pragmatic advice for five jurisdictions

Hogan Lovells privacy lawyers from five European jurisdictions have published an overview of privacy rules applicable to Internet cookies in Europe . The new rules, which flow from a recent amendment to the European E-Privacy Directive, are not yet settled in all European Member States. This overview provides practical guidance on how to comply with the new prior consent rules that will apply in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.