The Court of Justice of the European Union has struck down a major air passenger data sharing agreement between the E.U. and Canada. In a guest article, John Magee, a partner at William Fry, and Alex Cameron, a partner at Fasken Martineau, discuss the ruling and its potential repercussions, including the impact on similar agreements with Australia and the U.S., post-Brexit E.U data transfer, as well as on Canadian data protection laws. See also “Key Requirements of the Newly Approved Privacy Shield” (Jul. 20, 2016).
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Measuring the effectiveness of a compliance program can be tricky, but some companies are finding ways to use their existing internal controls to generate useful data. Join our sister publication the Anti-Corruption Report (ACR) for a complimentary webinar that explores Hewlett Packard Enterprises’ new travel-and-entertainment-approval tool. On Wednesday, March 27, 2019, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EDT, the ACR’s Megan Zwiebel will interview Becky Rohr, vice-president of anti-corruption and global trade at Hewlett Packard Enterprises, about how they are using their T&E tool to measure and improve compliance. Registration information is here.