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UK is Serious about GDPR Violations - Proposes $124 Million Fine Against Marriott

Everyone knows about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR is the EU’s new privacy regime in the region. Over a year has passed since its implementation and organizations are discovering how strict EU countries will enforce the law. One main provision of the GDPR is for organizations to have security measures in place that will safeguard private consumer data. 

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How will the GDPR impact international investigations? 

The GDPR updates the EU’s 1995 framework data privacy law—which is outdated due to the technological advances that have occurred since the mid-1990s. The European Commission proposed the GDPR in 2012, to modernize the law and create greater harmonization across the EU. However, the current law is implemented in 20 different ways across the union which makes it challenging for multinational companies to comply. Due to the law’s very broad territorial reach, it applies to companies both in the EU and outside of the EU that collect and process personal data in connection with an EU establishment. 

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Spectre and Meltdown CPU Vulnerability: Impact on Multifunction Copiers & Printers

Two major security flaws recently discovered in nearly all the world’s microprocessors, termed Meltdown and Spectre, leave much of the world’s computers vulnerable to hackers looking to steal entire memory contents. They allow a malicious process that can read all memory on computers, cloud servers, and smartphones without permission and can impact a wide range of processors.

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Five Buzzworthy eDiscovery Trends Overheard at LegalTech 2018

Every year, the legal technology community gathers at the New York Hilton Midtown to see what’s new in the industry, catch up with colleagues, and visit with old friends. For those of us who’ve been in the industry for 10+ years, it’s a bit like a high school reunion, or a nerdy summer camp.

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