GDPR – Now the dust has settled
GDPR – Now the dust has settled
25 July 2018 | By  Michelle York  | Rick Shera
So you heard all the hype about the EU’s new data privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation and had good intentions to work out what it means for your business, but just like that the 25th of May came and went 2 months ago! Read More →
GDPR – Now the dust has settled
GDPR – Now the dust has settled
25 July 2018 | By  Michelle York  | Rick Shera
So you heard all the hype about the EU’s new data privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation and had good intentions to work out what it means for your business, but just like that the 25th of May came and went 2 months ago!
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Privacy Bill vs GDPR
Privacy Bill vs GDPR
08 May 2018 | By  Rick Shera
With this being Privacy Week in New Zealand, there being a New Zealand Privacy Bill in train, which would replace the current Privacy Act 1993, and now being only a couple of weeks away from 25 May 2918 on which the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in the European Union, here's some very high level thoughts on what we might want to discuss when looking at our Bill ...
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Non-party access to Court Documents
Non-party access to Court Documents
15 February 2018 | By  Stephanie Nicolson  | Karl Stolberger
Cybersecurity law is not just about privacy
Cybersecurity law is not just about privacy
01 October 2017 | By  Rick Shera
Cybersecurity law is not just about privacy. Sure, the loss of millions of personal records is always going to hit the headlines, but legal ramifications go much further than that.
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A social media law conversation
A social media law conversation
26 July 2017 | By  Lowndes Jordan  | Rick Shera
A social media law conversation
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No Right to be Forgotten under Harmful Digital Communications Act
No Right to be Forgotten under Harmful Digital Communications Act
27 February 2017 | By  Rick Shera
On the basis of this decision, it appears that the fears of some that the HDC Act would be used to chill free speech are not being borne out, and those seeking to expunge unhelpful past history from their online record in New Zealand will have to find another route ...
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