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Posts Tagged: GDPR

EU brings realism to art industry with nouveau AML regulations

The high end of the global art industry is an opaque world of often secret acquisitions, cautious collectors, subjective valuations, and high-value cross-border movement of artwork and funds. These inherent characteristics may protect the privacy and security of genuine buyers and their prized pieces, but they also make the art industry a magnet for criminals seeking to launder their ill-gotten gains.… Continue Reading

Yes, GDPR has already changed the whistleblowing landscape

Last year just before the “big date” of May 25, I wrote a post trying to analyze GDPR provisions through the lens of the whistleblowing process. At that time there were many questions ranging from how the rules will apply to whistleblowing on a national level to how to balance individuals’ privacy rights against companies’ need to pursue investigations.… Continue Reading

Illya Antonenko: Should U.S. companies even care about GDPR?

We’re based in the United States, so how does the GDPR concern us?

GDPR’s Article 3(1) ties the GDPR’s territorial scope to being established in the EU, while Article 3(2)(a) extends the GDPR’s reach to those non-EU companies that offer products or services to individuals in the EU.… Continue Reading