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Japan's legislature discusses new privacy law and EU adequacy

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24/04/2015 by:

Japan's Diet (Parliament) is expected to have intensive discussions in May about privacy law reform, including the proposal for an independent data protection authority.   In a plenary session in the House of Representatives on 23 April,  the...

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Government proposes to amend the Investigatory Powers Act

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01/12/2017 by:

The government has launched a consultation on The Investigatory Powers Act 2016 (IPA) in light of the 2016 decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union. The CJEU said that the UK’s law was incompatible with EU law. The government accepte...

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UK government makes a case for a legally binding data protection agreement with EU

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15/06/2018 by:

In a recently issued technical note, the UK government argues that a legally binding agreement would be more beneficial both for the UK and the EU than an adequacy decision. After Brexit, the UK will be regarded as a third country and will need to...

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