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A new member has joined the INPLP: Yiannis Karamanolis (Cyprus)

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Navigating International Data Transfers: Complying with Barbados Data Protection Act

This article looks at the framework to achieve lawful international transfers of personal data from Barbados under its Data Protection Act, 2019-29, taking into account it’s dual requirements for adequate protection and appropriate safegaurds. In addition to highlighting ...Mehr lesen

A new member has joined the INPLP: David Tang (China)

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Insufficient legal basis to use Google Workspace as an educational tool in schools

The Danish Data Protection Agency has in the widely discussed Chromebook case assessed the legal basis for disclosure of personal data relative to the use of digital tools such as Google Workspace on school computers, revealing its insufficiency. As a consequence, ...Mehr lesen

CCTV in Schools in order to combat crime. «Green light» from the Cyprus DPA for the operation of CCTV in school units!

Combating law violation and crime in school units in Cyprus through CCTV. ...Mehr lesen

Chile stares EU: a bill of law to regulate AI.

Chile is the first country in latinamerica that seeks to regulate AI. For this purpose, the country has chosen to follow the EU, establishing a risk-based regime. ...Mehr lesen

Canada introduces Bill C-63, the Online Harms Act

The recently proposed Online Harms Act, introduced in Bill C-63, is Canada’s latest attempt at addressing online harms. This article discusses the substantive provisions of the Act, and amendments to other Acts proposed by Bill C-63. ...Mehr lesen

Employer care vs. data protection - when well-intentioned is not good enough.

The first of May is a public holiday in Germany, among other countries, and is known as Labour Day. To this day, the "Day of the Labour Movement" emphasizes the commitment to family-friendly working hours, fair pay, but also a healthy working environment and the care of ...Mehr lesen

New members have joined the INPLP: Lukas Bühlmann and Michael Reinle (Switzerland)

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The US CHIPS Act of 2022 strengthens Costa Rica's role in the global semiconductor ecosystem

In July 2023, the United States Department of State announced its partnership with the Government of Costa Rica to explore opportunities to diversify and grow the global semiconductor ecosystem and create a more transparent, secure and sustainable global semiconductor ...Mehr lesen

A new member has joined the INPLP: Dalit Ben-Israel (Israel)

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