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The deadline for updating standard contractual clauses (SCCs) falls on 27 December 2022, yet many organisations are still struggling to transition their legacy arrangements.

There are many reasons for this, including confusion around the paradigm shift that the new SCCs represent and the ever-evolving transfer landscape (from the developments towards a revised Privacy Shield to

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has applied increasing scrutiny to the issue of cybersecurity, after announcing this spring that a failure to provide accurate and timely notice of a data breach could constitute an unfair or deceptive practice under Section 5 of the FTC Act.

Continue Reading CPW’s Kristin Bryan Interviewed by the Washington Post Regarding the FTC’s Focus on Cybersecurity

On Tuesday, October 18, Squire Patton Boggs (SPB) joined forces with the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) to provide a deep dive into “Publicity and Privacy Issues for Media and Advertising” during the ACC’s Sports and Entertainment Conference.

Continue Reading Webinar Recording Available: “Publicity and Privacy Issues for Media and Advertising”

Kyle Fath, partner in the firm’s Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets group and Los Angeles Office, was appointed this month to serve on the Connecticut Data Privacy Act (CTDPA) working group by the joint standing committee of the Connecticut General Assembly.

Continue Reading Kyle Fath appointed to Connecticut Privacy Legislation Working Group

On July 21st, from 4:15-4:40 pm (Singapore time), our Tokyo/Shanghai partner, Scott Warren will be speaking at the ‘Singapore: Technology – Effects on Arbitration and Corporate Crime in SE Asia’ conference. His topic, ‘Cybersecurity and Digital Crime: Preparing for WHEN We Are Hacked’, will provide practical tips for effectively dealing with a

At the recent annual meeting of the French Association of Personal Data Protection Correspondents (AFCDP), CPW’s Stephanie Faber presented the latest changes on data privacy in the US (providing a global overview with details on data protection for consumers in five states, requirements for opt out and OOPS, the Federal bill, initiatives of the FTC