Blog: Legal Requirements

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Swedish Protective Security Act

The Swedish Protective Security Act (PSA, available in Swedish here) received an overhaul recently. Among other changes, the PSA now has a broader scope, which includes non-Swedish companies. The PSA applies to both public and private organizations engaged in "security-sensitive activities" that are important to Sweden's national security and infrastructure. It...

EU Platform to Business Regulation (P2BR): The Complete Guide

The EU Platform to Business Regulation (P2BR or P2B Regulation) is a crucially important law covering B2C (business to consumer) platforms and search engines. The P2BR requires platforms to overhaul their Terms and Conditions, provide a statement of reasons whenever they restrict, suspend, or terminate a business user's account, and set...

Privacy Checklist for Brexit Transition

The data protection aspects of Brexit have received relatively little attention in the mainstream press. But data is a crucial consideration for every business with customers, clients, or business partners in the European Economic Area (EEA). At the time of writing, there's still a lot of uncertainty about what will happen...

How Brexit Affects Copyright

Brexit will affect UK businesses in countless ways. A critical impact of Brexit is on copyright law. Rightsholders, and those dealing with copyrighted works, must consider how they will prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period. Changes are likely to occur in areas such as satellite broadcasting, database ownership,...

Apple's New Opt-In Consent for Advertising Identifiers

Apple's iOS 14 will require developers to request opt-in consent before tracking users with Apple's ID for Advertisers (IDFA). Failing to abide by the new rules will be a serious violation of Apple's App Store Review Guidelines that could lead to the removal of your app. The new rule was first...

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)

On July 1, 2020, California's CCPA became enforceable. A few days prior, privacy advocacy group, "California for Consumer Privacy" (CFCP) declared it collected almost a million signatures to have the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) placed on the November 2020 ballot. Whether your business is in California or not, you should...