Data Sharing

France Moves to Stop Data Sharing with US

Under the CLOUD Act, companies registered in the United States are obligated to share with U.S. authorities data belonging to foreign entities. France’s top cybersecurity official, Guillaume Poupard is working to stop that practice.  Poupard, who is the director general of ANSSI–France’s cybersecurity agency–wants to stop cloud providers like Microsoft, Amazon, and Google from sharing…
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Cookies

French Regulator Cracks Down on Cookies

In June, the CNIL–France’s regulatory body for data privacy and protection–issued notices of noncompliance to approximately 40 companies that had failed to align with the CNIL’s guidelines on cookies, which were adopted October 1, 2020. In a followup report issued this week, September 14, the CNIL reported that 80 percent of noncompliant companies have since…
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