News and Alerts for April 19, 2022

Virginia Passes Amendments to VCDPA Governor Glenn Young of Virginia last week approved three amendments to the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA). The first amendment, H 381, creates an exemption to consumers’ right to delete, and will allow data…

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Status Update on Privacy Shield Replacement

On March 25, the European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders, and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo issued a joint statement announcing a preliminary replacement for the Privacy Shield framework. The Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework will allow data transfers between…

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Saudi Arabia’s Data Protection Law: The Personal Data Protection Law

On March 10, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Saudi Data & Artificial Intelligence Authority (SDAIA) issued a draft version of executive regulations supplementing the nation’s first standalone comprehensive data protection law, The Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL). PDPL was implemented…

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Data Security

Protecting Data – Considerations for Drafting Security Schedules

With the exponential growth of cyber threats, cloud computing and remote working, contract provisions regarding data security requirements have also expanded in size and frequency. It has become common practice to prepare schedules to detail (and limit) security requirements. Customers and vendors both have a vested interest in clearly identifying expectations and obligations for such…
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