The article “ Data Transfers ” by of counsel Dr. Axel Spies provides some additional color on the hot topic of international data transfers.
Although sending a takedown request for the unauthorized use of copyrighted content on the Internet under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) may appear simple, the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently sent a strong reminder that it is far from a simple process.
The October 6 LawFlash “ ECJ Rules EU-US Safe Harbor Programme Is Invalid ” by Morgan Lewis partners Stephanie A. Blair and Pulina Whitaker and of counsel Dr. Axel Spies discusses the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling in the landmark case Maximillian Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner (case C-362/14).
The Morgan Lewis Data Breach Checklist is a practical tool that can be used as a guide in developing your incident response plan and as part of your data security and security breach response policies and procedures.
An annual report investigating trends in data breaches analyzes data from nearly 80,000 security incidents and more than 2,000 data compromises from 61 countries.
The European Parliament, European Council, and European Commission recently entered negotiations known as a “trilogue” regarding the proposed General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
In a recent article in The Wall Street Journal , market researcher eMarketer estimated that this year’s worldwide mobile advertising market budgets will be $69 billion in the aggregate.
As early as May 14 , eligible banking institutions will be able to register domain names under the new “.bank” top-level domain, which will include a number of enhanced security features aimed at preventing phishing and spoofing attacks that are predominantly targeted at banks . According to the most recent report by the Anti-Phishing Working Group, the payments and financial services sectors were the targets of approximately 59% of all phishing attacks in the third quarter of 2014.
The European Commission (the Commission) is taking steps to advance its vision of what it calls a “Digital Single Market” that will ensure “free movement of goods, persons, services and capital”; easy access to and use of online content and services; and fair competition in the digital marketplace, regardless of consumers’ and businesses’ nationality or place of residence.