Lewis Quoted in Newsday Article on GDPR

June 18, 2018 | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law

Shari Claire Lewis was quoted in a Newsday cyber article, “New EU data privacy policy will impact some LI companies, experts say.” Lewis focused in on the fact that the General Data Protection Regulation’s (GDPR) definition of data is broader than what’s generally used in the United States, “data such as an individual’s political affiliation, religion and trade union affiliation are considered private information and must be protected.”

Lewis states, “What we do know is GDPR is intended to impact data and privacy practices of any business, regardless of size, handling personal data belonging to individuals in the EU, even if the business isn’t physically based in the EU.”

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