PHPA

Illinois Passes Law Protecting Household Device Data 

Last week, the Protecting Household Privacy Act (PHPA) became law with Governor JB Pritzker’s signature. The law, which takes effect Jan 1, 2022, stops law enforcement officials from acquiring household electronic data from third-parties without a warrant or consent.  The type of data protected by the new law includes any electronic communication–provided by a human–that’s…
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Data Privacy

Singapore’s New Data Laws Lend a Competitive Advantage

Singapore has consistently kept abreast of changing data privacy laws over the past decade. Now, its Personal Data Protection Commission has updated data privacy protection laws to give itself broader enforcement power and mandate breach notifications. And notably, intentional and accidental mishandling of data will now be categorized as a criminal offense in Singapore.   Other…
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SCC

How to Comply With the EU’s New SCC Framework

Since the Schrems 2.0 decision, any organization involved in the international transfer of personal data between the EU and America has been eagerly awaiting a new set of Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs). In short, the SCCs previously used for such transfers were written before the implementation of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), so…
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