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Over 180 pages of articles written by 25 leading international in-house counsel drawn from all industry sectors.

This comprehensive guide allows the reader to understand how in-house counsel across the world are addressing complex data protection issues at a local and international level. With cloud storage becoming more prevalent it is not easy for companies to know exactly where their data is being stored and most importantly how safe it is, not just from theft, which can be financially damaging to the business, but also from being lost or distorted, which can have a huge negative on the business. Data that has been corrupted whilst in the custodianship of one business can ripple out and cause considerable damage to the original owners, partners and stake holders in the data.

It is impossible to guarantee that data is entirely safe, but it is important to demonstrate that all that can be done, is being done to ensure that, whilst data is being stored within your organisation, it is being held within the regulations of the relevant jurisdictions under which the company and stakeholders operate.

The In-house Counsel Perspective of Data Protection will enable you to:

Find out about: 

  • Data Protection Regulations in Key Jurisdictions Across the World
  • Cross-Border Transfers of Personal Data
  • International Corporate Codes of Conduct 
  • Data Protection Issues on Global Loan Portfolio Sales
  • How the Pharmaceutical and Telecommunications industries address data protection
  • The Harmonisation of Data Protection Rules Globally
  • Cross-Border Transfers of Personal Data
  • US and European Perspectives on Privacy
  • Information Leakage and Other Threats
  • Big Data & Intellectual Property
  • Understanding International Background Checks
  • Data Ownership
  • Consumer Data Privacy Issues in the Drafting and Negotiating of 
    Digital Advertising Contracts
  • Data Removal

Learn how to: 

  • Manage Data and Ensure that your Organisation is Compliant
  • Manage the Data Protection Function Using the Experience of Leading In-house Counsel
  • Collect, Store, Protect, Transfer and Use Data within the Regulations
  • Ensure that your Data is not being Abused Internally or by External Partners
  • Identify Areas where Breaches can be made
  • Assess the Impact to your Organisation if Data Protection Issues are not Addressed
     

 22 insightful Articles written by 25 leading in-house counsel from across the world all in one book


An In-house Counsel Perspective of Data Protection 

CONTENTS

Data Protection in the EU: Time for a New Direction?
Ian McDougall, EVP & General Counsel
LexisNexis, USA............................................................................................................................... 1

Data Privacy Day: A Review of Current European Data Protection Regulation
Claire Walsh, Deputy General Counsel & General Counsel - International
Liquidity Services, UK..................................................................................................................... 5

What is Metadata?
Alida Vandewiele, Legal Counsel
Bombora Technologies, Australia............................................................................................... 11

EU Data Protection Directive:
A Thorn in the Side of the US Domestic Online Retailer
Nadja van der Veer, Deputy General Counsel Global Collect Services B.V.
Global Collect Services BV, Netherlands.................................................................................. 19

A Discussion of Practical Steps to Harmonize Data Protection Rules Globally
Shahab Ahmed, Legal Counsel, Chief Privacy Counsel
Etihad Airways, UAE..................................................................................................................... 29

US - EU Safe Harbor Framework:
The Changing Landscape of Cross-Border Transfers of Personal Data
Jeanette Fitzgerald, General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer &
Nicole Tachibana, Privacy Manager, Epsilon, USA................................................................ 35

Harmonisation for Consumer Finance Organisations in the Context of the
Data Protection and Passporting Directives -  A Critical Review
Solomon Osagie, Chief Legal Counsel & Thomas Allen, Contracts Manager
TSYS International, UK................................................................................................................ 49

International Corporate Codes of Conduct:
U.S. Whistleblowing and E.U. Data Privacy Laws
Tanya Axenson, Vice President, Human Resources
The Allegis Group, USA................................................................................................................ 55

Information Privacy and the Law Within these United States
Joseph Bambara, Attorney at Law
PowerTouch, USA......................................................................................................................... 61

Data Protection Issues on Global Loan Portfolio Sales
Sancho Guibert, Assistant General Counsel
Citibank, Spain.............................................................................................................................. 66

My Privacy is Better Than Yours:
US and European Perspectives on Privacy
Lisa Glover-Gardin, Senior Ethics & Compliance Counsel
Google Inc., USA.......................................................................................................................... 78

Intelligent Combination of Contract, Policy and Technology as the Answer to
Impending Heightened European Union Data Protection Regulations
David Kemp, Business Development Manager
HP Autonomy, UK......................................................................................................................... 81

Data Protection in the Pharmaceutical Industry: Concerns and Considerations
Leslie Restaino, General Counsel
Validus Pharmaceuticals, USA................................................................................................... 89

The New Age in Telecom and IT: A Privacy and Data Protection Perspective
Anca Plovie, Senior Legal Counsel
Alcatel-Lucent Bell NV, Belgium................................................................................................. 97

Information Leakage and Other Threats: What is Internal Audit's Role?
Nikolaos Dounis, Internal Control & Compliance Manager
Imperial Tobacco Hellas S.A., Greece................................................................................... 113

Big Data & Intellectual Property: Strategic Alignment for Commercial Success
Jane Perrier, General Counsel, Intellectual Property &
Karen Hallenstein, Supervising Counsel, Intellectual Property
Telstra Corporation Limited, Australia................................................................................... 119

Personal Data Legislation in Russia
Tatiana Egorova, Unit Head of Legal Support of Loan Transactions
CB "Garanti Bank-Moscow" (ZAO), Russia.......................................................................... 127

How an Internet Portal Company Complies with the new
"Personal Data Protection Act" in Taiwan
Jessica Pong, Legal Manager
Yamedia, Taiwan....................................................................................................................... 143

Who Owns the Data on Your Airline Ticket?
Eric Schlam, Director, Law Department, Asst. General Counsel & Corporate Secretary
Airlines Reporting Corporation, USA.................................................................................... 151

In a Technological World, What does it Take to be Forgotten?
Linda Sharp, Associate General Counsel
ZL Technologies Inc, USA....................................................................................................... 159

Selected Consumer Data Privacy Issues in the Drafting and Negotiating of
Digital Advertising Contracts
Michael Geroe, SVP, General Counsel & Assistant Secretary
Adknowledge, Inc., USA.......................................................................................................... 166

Understanding International Background Checks in the Age of Privacy and
Data Security Concerns
Alex Erlam, General Counsel
Vertical Screen Inc, USA.......................................................................................................... 177

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