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    16/05/2024
    Allemagne

    Data Act and Cloud Service Providers (Part 2): Switching Providers

    The Data Act means cloud service providers need to take action. Part 2 of our article provides an overview of the process for switching providers.Next blog post in the #CMSdatalaw seriesAs part of its digitalisation and data strategy, the European Union (EU) wants to create an internal data market and make it easier for customers and others to switch cloud service providers (CSPs). The Data Act (Regulation on harmonised rules on fair access to and use of data, "DA"), which came into force on 11 January 2024 and will apply throughout the EU from 12 September 2025, sets out in Chapter VI a large...
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    02/05/2024
    Allemagne

    Data Act and Cloud Service Providers (Part 1): Contract drafting and information obligations

    The Data Act means cloud service providers need to take action. Part 1 of our article provides an overview of contract drafting and information obligations. With the new Data Act, the European Union (EU) wants to create a single European market for data, open up competition around data-driven business models and make it easier for customers to switch providers. This comes after attempts at self-regulation by the industry, which have not led to the success that the EU hoped for. The EU's digitalisation and data strategy therefore also includes facilitating the process of switching cloud service...
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    18/04/2024
    APAC region

    Top developments and predictions in the Technology, Media and Communications sector in Asia-Pacific

    We look back at the top developments over the last 12 months in the technology, media and communications (TMC) sector and we look to the future with our top predictions for the coming year for businesses operating across the Asia-Pacific region, specifically in mainland China, Hong Kong and Singapore.Over the last year, mainland China, Hong Kong and Singapore demonstrated their commitment to fostering a secure and innovative digital landscape by introducing a range of new regulations and measures. From cross-border personal information transfer and artificial intelligence service management to...
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    17/04/2024
    Europe

    CMS data protection update (04/2024)

    I. The latest from the data protection authorities and current topics1. EDPB: Launch of coordinated enforcement on the right of accessThe European Data Protection Board (EDPB) selected the right of access under Article 15 GDPR as the focus of the third coordinated enforcement action of the data protection authorities. Coordinated enforcement has now begun and aims to help assess how the right of access is implemented in practice and to what extent adjustments or clarifications are needed in the EDPB's Guidelines on this topic. Last year’s results of the coordinated enforcement action on the...
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    28/03/2024
    Allemagne

    The data access rights of the Data Act

    The data access rights under the Data Act and their restrictions are extensive – we provide an overview.European legislators have recognised that data is an essential resource which is required for the digital transformation to be successful and an economic asset that can only be realised if there is extensive access to data. As an important part of the European digital strategy, the Data Act (DA) came into force on 11 January 2024 and will apply throughout the EU from 12 September 2025 after a transition period of 20 months. Together with the Data Governance Act (DGA), the DA aims to create...
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    26/03/2024
    Chine

    China relaxes Cross-Border Data Transfer Rules with New Provisions

    On 22 March 2024, the Cyberspace Administration of China (the “CAC”) issued the Provisions on Regulating and Promoting Cross-border Data Transfers (the “Promoting Cross-Border Data Transfer Provisions” or “Promoting CBDT Provisions”), signalling a relaxation of China’s administration of cross-border data transfers. The Promoting CBDT Provisions relax cross-border data transfers in several aspects, including providing clear guidance for determining what constitutes “important data”, providing exemption of channel option requirements for certain...
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