Tag Archives: data protection

New Russian Data Protection Requirements – Latest Position

On 1 September 2015 new requirements relating to the storage of personal data will come into force in Russia.  These changes are highly controversial, as they will require any databases used to process the personal data of Russian citizens to be physically located in Russia. When these changes were first announced it seemed they would … Continue Reading

Keeping your eyes on the road – are there limits to a UK employer’s monitoring of staff movements?

How would you feel about your employer knowing where you are 24 hours a day? News reaches us of a claim by an employee dismissed in the US for deleting a smartphone app Xora which her management had required her to install as part of its mobile workforce management systems.  Xora bills itself (with callous … Continue Reading

Whistleblowing hotline compliance issues in Europe – Part 2

This is the second part of my series of posts looking at traps for the unwary when setting up a hotline for whistleblowers in your European operations.  Read Part 1.   Notifications and Authorisations  Some EU Data Privacy Authorities, for example in France, require their prior authorisation to be sought before a hotline is implemented. Many … Continue Reading

Webinar: ‘Spotlight on Key Labour and Employment Issues – Russia’

Squire Sanders is presenting a series of webinars focussing on the key labour and employment issues in various countries throughout Europe, Asia Pacific and the United States. On 28 November 2012 at 2.00pm GMT (9.00am EST, 3.00pm CET, 6.00pm MSK), the featured country is Russia.  Irina Golovanova and Alexey Pashinskiy from Squire Sanders’ Moscow office … Continue Reading

Handling data breaches

Organisations need to protect and preserve their intellectual assets with vigilance in the face of increasing risk of data theft and loss.   Not only is there the risk of financial and reputational damage when data is lost, stolen or compromised but in the new regulatory climate, serious breaches of personal data security now attract more … Continue Reading
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