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News article / 25 August 2015

New Russian Data Localisation Law: Be aware where to store your respondents’ personal data

1 September will mark a significant shift in Russian law requiring companies collecting and processi... read more

News article / 13 July 2015

A new copyright directive in Europe: will there be room for data mining?

While in recent years EFAMRO and ESOMAR European advocacy efforts have focussed on the EU update of ... read more

News article / 23 June 2015

What happens when we promote self-regulation in Brussels?

Everyday, ESOMAR’s members, and members of over 60 national and international associations are... read more

News article / 01 June 2015

Why is the concern growing for privacy and who really cares?

As more people across the globe are engaged with marketers and their products and services via the m... read more

News article / 29 May 2015

Thailand: Creating a Legal Framework for the Digital Economy

The Thai government is gearing up for the digital economy. The Council of State is now considering n... read more

News article / 28 May 2015

South Korea: the toughest regime in the region

South Korea has arguably the most stringent data protection laws in the region. Not only the most st... read more

News article / 27 May 2015

Hong Kong Sees Privacy Enforcement Surge

Hong Kong has a relatively long history in data privacy regulations: its first Personal Data Privacy... read more

News article / 22 May 2015

India: Catching up on data protection

India already has the 3rd highest number of Internet users, and this number is growing at a rate of ... read more

News article / 21 May 2015

How Australia's Data Privacy Landscape Changed

Last year Australia’s privacy laws changed extensively when the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing P... read more


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