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Our experienced global Data team advises on all aspects of data, including on privacy, “big data”, confidentiality, secrecy, IP rights, commercialisation, cyber and crisis response
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Our advice on data is wide-ranging, covering compliance, analytics, new AI tools, the Internet of Things, facial recognition, adtech, binding corporate rules applications, data investigations and litigation, cyber breach, enforcement, competition concerns and more.
We advise clients in many sectors, including in the highly regulated financial services, healthcare and insurance sectors.
We have one of the longest-standing privacy and cyber security teams in Europe and have been advising clients since the inception of data protection laws more than 20 years ago.
Our free overview of the European and global data protection laws in around 50 countries.
AI is moving into the mainstream and raises a number of practical, legal and ethical challenges.
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