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What Employers Need to Know about Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation

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Proskauer has released a white paper on “What Employers Need to Know about Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation.” As you may know, on April 14, 2016, the European Parliament approved the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), which will replace the EU’s current data privacy standard and begin to apply on May 25, 2018. This paper… Continue Reading

Record fine handed to TalkTalk in data protection breach in the UK

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As previously reported on our Privacy Blog, TalkTalk, a major UK telecoms company, has been fined  a record breaking £400,000 for a data breach after they were hacked.  This fine, given by the ICO (the UK’s data protection authority), followed an in-depth investigation into an attack by hackers on TalkTalk’s systems where hackers obtained the details… Continue Reading

German Labor Court Allows Review of Employee’s Browsing History

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European courts continue to clarify the right of employers to review their employees’ emails. As we discussed previously, the European Court of Human Rights and the National Labor Relations Board of the U.S. have recognized that employers have the right to monitor their employees’ internet communications in order to ensure productivity during work. (To review… Continue Reading

EU Data Privacy Updates

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A brief rundown of developments in recent weeks in the area of EU data protection law: EU Data Protection Regulation On Monday, June 15, the EU Council (comprised, for purposes of data protection reform, of the justice ministers from each of the EU member states) reached an agreement on a draft data protection regulation, marking… Continue Reading

International Laws Governing Cross Border Discovery, Privilege, Confidentiality and Data Privacy

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Webinar – Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Program: Proskauer’s Lloyd Chinn will be a panelist at The American Bar Association’s webinar “International Laws Governing Cross Border Discovery, Privilege, Confidentiality and Data Privacy”.  Lloyd and his panel will focus on the significant challenges posed by discovery sought from outside the United States, given the limited scope of… Continue Reading

How to deal with personal data for multinational companies?

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For the first article of this blog, the Proskauer International Labor Group has decided to focus on this tricky question since we know that our friends and clients having an international presence face various issues when it comes to try to comply with all different local regulations about data privacy.

International Data Privacy Law

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Proskauer’s International Labor and Employment Group participated to the National Foreign Trade Council conference held in New York on July 14, 2011, at the Annual International Human Resources Management Forum: Data Privacy Issues in Cross-Border Employment Cécile Martin, Special International Labor & Employment Counsel, Paris Jeffrey D. Neuburger, Partner, New York SEMINAR: International Data Privacy… Continue Reading

Privacy and Social Networking in the Worplace: France, Germany and the UK

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WEBINAR – Tuesday, June 28, 2011 Issues Covered: Facebook, Twitter, Linked-In and the rest of the new social networking media have revolutionized the ways employees communicate with each other, but have left employers struggling to figure out how or whether rules regarding workplace confidentiality, loyalty, privacy and monitoring apply to these new forums. For multinational employers,… Continue Reading