For Cybersecurity and Public Safety Efforts, GDPR Creates Uncertainty
Last week the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came in to force. We previously shared the view that while the GDPR is not quite right for the United States, there are important aspects that should be incorporated into the ongoing discussion about privacy legislation. This post addresses other aspects of GDPR, which have created some uncertainty around ongoing efforts to improve cybersecurity and support public safety. Two such efforts are cybersecurity information sharing and access to WHOIS data.Read More
The First Tangible Effects of the GDPR
Is the GDPR Right for the United States?
Europe’s new privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will enter into force in May 2018. Understandably, given that data breaches and privacy violations have been in the headlines lately — and given that the GDPR will reshuffle privacy protection in Europe and beyond — many in the United States are looking to the GDPR for ideas of what to do – and what not to do. We think that it would be impractical and ineffective to copy and paste the GDPR to U.S. law — the institutions and legal systems are just too different.Read More