Privacy Law – advising business clients 2020 - 15 September 2020 (On Demand)
Privacy law obligations permeate every aspect of a business’ operations. Given the huge proportion of New Zealand businesses that trade on the internet, as lawyers we need to be aware of the obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) when our clients are selling to customers in the EU, as well as the new requirements of NZ’s own Privacy Act 2020 which comes into force later this year.
This webinar will discuss the key requirements of the GDPR and compare them to those of NZ’s new Privacy Act 2020. In particular, the following topics will be covered:
- When will a NZ business come within the scope of the GDPR?
- When is consent needed to process personal data?
- How do you deal with data breaches?
- How to be compliant when dealing with overseas third parties who will have access to personal data?
- What rights do individual customers have?
ORIGINAL BROADCAST DATE
15 September 2020
- Understand the key requirements of the GDPR and the new NZ Privacy Act 2020;
- Any lawyer advising business clients who have customers in the EU.
- In-house lawyers and lawyers advising government agencies.
Rachel Laing, Senior Solicitor, Marks & Worth Lawyers
1 CPD Hour
On Demand Event
Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)