Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was created to protect the personal data of individuals and to simplify the regulatory environment for data protection in Europe. As a regulatory scheme that has served as a model for other jurisdictions developing their own data protection and data privacy laws, is the GDPR living up to its intended purposes? Adam Penman of McGuireWoods London joins Kayla Odom and Matthew Hall to reflect on the GDPR’s impact on organizations and to discuss the trends relating to the rights afforded to individuals by the GDPR. Listen in for a look at the key developments in the data protection and data privacy landscape upon the GDPR’s fourth anniversary.
Adam Penman, McGuireWoods
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#89 What’s the Deal with Data Portability? Understanding the Competition and Privacy Aspects Surrounding the Movement of Data.
Kayla Odom, Freitas & Weinberg LLP and Matthew Hall, McGuireWoods