Chinese Cybersecurity and Privacy Law

China has been quietly creating a materially different approach to cybersecurity and privacy which serves the central purpose of defending the Chinese notion of cyber sovereignty. Much uncertainty remains about the newly-effective laws and regulations, but it is clear that foreign technology and others companies operating in China should rapidly focus on its significant restrictions…

Trends in Global Privacy Enforcement and How to Allocate Scarce Compliance Resources

Over 100 countries now have general personal data protection laws. Compliance budgets are finite. Something has to give. This session will report on trends in actual enforcement of global privacy laws and the focus of regulators around the world, giving guidance on both (1) the regions and countries that are more actively enforcing their laws,…

Transatlantic Privacy Enforcement Trends

The GDPR as well as the newly adopted California Consumer Privacy Act mark a paradigmatic shift on the part of regulators regarding compliance requirements and expectations for businesses. This panel features speakers with day-to-day experience in data privacy enforcement on both sides of the Atlantic. The session will provide empirical information on enforcement actions and…