The unregulated collection, retention and dissemination of personal data—for example, personal data strategically used in campaigns to “micro-target” undecided voters—can also make the underlying election vulnerable to foreign influence.
Latest in EU Data Protection Regulation
A former US government official reflects on the growing isolation of European data protection authorities, and what that might mean for privacy, Europe, and the world.
Essentially Equivalent: A Comparison of the Legal Orders for Privacy and Data Protection in the E.U. and U.S.
A new report from Sidley Austin provides a roadmap for the comparative analysis of United States and E.U. member state data protections, following Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner.