The GDPR is now in force for a few months and has changed the way companies in Europe deal with personal data – of employees, clients, patients, service providers and every other data subject. Now, several US companies state that a GDPR-like U.S. federal privacy law could be a solution for the US data protection world….
Vladyslav Podolyak provides a short overview of oncoming changes in Ukraine. New regulator, the Ombudsman, will perform privacy control functions, while Ukrainian DPA will be liquidated. The new procedures for personal databases registration will substitute the current one. Privacy incompliance fines will increase twice.
This year, the PRIVACY EUROPE network, founded by the Hamburg company intersoft consulting services AG, will be inviting its European partners to Milan for a joint start into the new year. On 8 and 9 February, privacy officers from Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Portugal, Romania, and Sweden will come together to debate the current trends affecting privacy in Europe.