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Posted in International/EU Privacy, Privacy & Security Litigation

U.S. Court Allows Video Deposition Over EU Deponent’s Privacy Objections

A U.S. court has recently ruled that an EU citizen’s privacy rights and the GDPR do not trump a U.S. litigant’s right to obtain discovery, including video-taped depositions. In d’Amico Dry d.a.c. v. Nikka Finance, Inc., CA 18-0284-KD-MU, Dkt. No. 140 (Adm. S.D. Ala. Oct. 19, 2018), a federal magistrate denied an EU citizen’s motion […]

Posted in International/EU Privacy

Tension Between Privacy Law and Other Interests Highlighted in Recent German Episode

Chris Wolf, Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management Practice Director, has a column in Slate, the daily Web magazine addressing the tension between privacy laws and other societal interests, and the potential for inflexible application of privacy laws in the EU. His discussion is in the context of the prosecution of two reporters for invading the privacy of a former Nazi commando who had been in hiding for decades. A link to the column is included in this blog entry.