New research published by the Law Society of England and Wales shows that 70 per cent of law firms have not purchased cyber insurance.
Jessica Jamieson asks: should we be afraid of ghostbots?
The first law enforcement data adequacy decision since leaving the EU enables personal data to be transferred from UK law enforcement to authorities in Guernsey.
A government committee launched an inquiry this week into how government and public bodies collect and analyse data, and opportunities for reform of the current system.
Sebastian Ferreyra Romea and Ariel Garay analyze Latin America’s regulatory responses to AI
Leading data breach lawyers say the recent announcement by Shell that employee and customer information has been hacked may lead to claims for compensation by those affected.
Renato D’Andrea and Ugo Di Stefano navigate the legal landscape of employee portraits in Italy
Ashish Mehta examines the data protection regime under the new federal personal data protection law in the UAE