Privacy in Latin America: Where is it Headed?

The evolution of Latin American data protection continues to experience a steady acceleration with a number of countries on the route to EU adequacy. With new comprehensive privacy laws and/or drafts in the works throughout the continent , as well as important sectoral developments such as fintech laws and data breach notification requirements, global practitioners…

Between a Rock and Hard Place: Competing Obligations Under the CLOUD Act

In the recently enacted CLOUD Act, Congress made it clear that the Stored Communications Act would extend outside the U.S. A number of open questions remain, however, about the sometimes conflicting demands of U.S. and non-U.S. law for cloud data stored outside the U.S. In addition, the international trends towards data localization continues. This session…

What is Old is New Again: ePrivacy GDPR, and CCPA–2019 and Beyond

As the Wall Street Journal reported on its front page at the end of February, third party mobile app SDKs collect data in unexpected ways and in ways that may be “personal data” or “personal information” under applicable law. The ePrivacy directive and, more recently, the CCPA, present real challenges to companies engaging in advertising,…