The new issue of Data Protection Leader from OneTrust DataGuidance is now available to download with insight and discussion from leading privacy professionals around the most pressing developments in the privacy landscape. Discover key takeaways from recent webinars as well as interviews with regulators and thought leaders.
“As our liberties and our lives as we knew them are put on hold, there is a troubling question that is becoming more pressing by the day: will privacy be one of COVID-19’s victims? Fortunately, the evidence is robust: Unlikely.” – Eduardo Ustaran, Hogan Lovells. (Page 4)
This month’s issue features in-depth articles from Eduardo Ustaran, Partner at Hogan Lovells, who discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the data protection compliance of organisations and governments; Felipe Palhares, Partner at Palhares Advogados, who looks at the postponement to the LGPD; and Stuart Beraha and Takaki Sato from Latham & Watkins, who discuss the legal framework governing personal data transferred from the UK to Japan.
“While postponing the LGPD could be helpful for companies and public bodies that have not started their path towards compliance, it will surely be harmful for Brazil.” – Felipe Palhares, Palhares Advocatos. (Page 12)
As part of the ‘Regulator Spotlight’ series, OneTrust DataGuidance interviewed Professor Joe Cannataci, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy; as well as meeting with Petruta Pirvan, Global Data Privacy Compliance Manager at A.P. Moller-Maersk, as part of the ‘Thought Leaders In Privacy’ series.
“People’s reflections on the right to privacy, which is so universal, and the way they react to it, tend to be quite different as you go from country to country” – Joe Cannataci, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy. (Page 16)
Visit OneTrust DataGuidance to download the full version of Data Protection Leader and discover additional editorials looking at the implications of Brexit; breach notification in Australia, the EU and California; and much more.