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- Did you know that your Tesla can be hacked in less than 2 minutes?
Darkreading.com reported that ‘Researchers from France-based pen-testing firm Synacktiv demonstrated two separate exploits against the Tesla Model 3 this week at the Pwn2Own hacking contest in Vancouver. The attacks gave them deep access into subsystems controlling the vehicle’s safety and other components.” The March 24, 2023 article entitled “Tesla Model 3 Hacked in Less Than...
- Guide to Employment in Financial Services: France Chapter
Béatrice Pola, French & EU Employment Group partner, authored the France Chapter of International Employment Lawyer’s Guide to Employment in Financial Services. We invite you to read the full chapter here.
- Cyber-insurance – 72 hours for the insured party to file a criminal complaint: GDPR’s false friend
Cyberattacks have become more frequent, problematic and complex over the years – so much so that they now represent a real threat to economic activities. The French Information and Digital Security Experts Club (CESIN) has estimated that 54% of French companies were subject to cyberattacks in 2021, while France Assureurs has put cyberattack risks on...
- Lyon, France: INTERPOL and the media’s contribution to common misconceptions about its nature and mission
Over the past several decades, popular media has contributed to a widespread misunderstanding of INTERPOL and how it operates. The media often portrays INTERPOL as a body that sends out detectives or agents to arrest and apprehend criminals. This is not the case. As explained in a previous blog post here, INTERPOL receives information from...
- Is “French Dessert” Necessarily Made in France?
US Co. Falsely Marketing ‘French’ Dessert, Class Action Says (Law360 Subscription Required)
- The French CNIL Reminds Two Medical Research Organizations of their Data Protection Obligations
As permitted by the GDPR, France has enacted some specific requirements for the processing of health data, in particular in the context of medical research. Following a report, the French supervisory authority (“CNIL”) audited two organizations carrying out medical research in early 2022 to check their compliance with these requirements. On March 13, 2023, the...
- Nestlé may shut plant at the center of 2022 French E. coli outbreak
Nestlé is looking at closing a site in France where contaminated pizzas were produced in 2022. Two children died in the outbreak. The Force Ouvrière union said it believes the central reason for the issue was the E. coli outbreak linked to frozen pizzas from the Fraîch’Up brand. During a meeting this past week, la...
- Privacy World Week in Review
In case you missed it, below are recent posts from Privacy World covering the latest developments on data privacy, security and innovation. Please reach out to the authors if you are interested in additional information. To Benefit from Insurance Coverage in France Businesses Must File a Complaint Within 72 Hours of a Cyberattack | Privacy...
- UPC Update: Latest Developments on the Negotiations Concerning the Third Seat of the Central Division
Updates about current status of discussions regarding the third seat of the central division of the UPC recently surfaced on the Italian press and in parliamentary activities. Recent reports confirm that France and Germany would have agreed to move the seat from London to Milan, on condition of withholding some competences in Munich (apparently, chemistry...
- To Benefit from Insurance Coverage in France Businesses Must File a Complaint Within 72 Hours of a Cyberattack
The French government has decided to act in the fight against the resurgence of cyberattacks, together with ransom demands, which have a significant impact on the economy. By anticipating the development of the cyber risk insurance market in France, the French government has decided to make the payment of insurance compensation conditional on the filing...
- US officials warn of terrorist attacks on food supply
Yahoo! News, Agence France Presse, reports that American farmers got a new set of tips from the US Department of Agriculture this harvest season: how to protect themselves from a terrorist attack. Few were likely to worry much in the quiet rural communities that have so far been untouched by the...
- More on EULAs – LinkedIn and Beyond
Recently I posted on the User Agreement for LinkedIn. And now LinkedIn has decided to make some changes to this agreement. The first curious thing (a.k.a. red flag) was the site let me know when I logged in that changes had been made to the User Agreement. This is not normal. The second thing –......
- First Air France Flight 447 Lawsuit: Questions and Answers
The families of Michael and Anne Harris, the American couple on board Air France Flight 447, filed suit this week in Houston federal court. It’s the first lawsuit arising from the crash. The most frequently asked questions about this suit are: Question: Aren’t the families jumping the gun? The...
- Vive La Difference
We are in Normandy, France today, scene of one of the key events of the 20th Century – D-Day (6 June 1944). Operation Overlord involved enormous planning and sacrifice, and it’s hard to visit this land without being overwhelmed by awe and gratitude. This is also the place where Joan of Arc was...
- France’s CNIL Announces a Record Fine of €100,000
In a 32-page-long decision adopted on March 17, 2011, the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) determined that Google Inc.’s collection of data in the course of its Street View application and Latitude service breached the French Data Protection Act No. 78-17. (The CNIL’s English summary of its...
- Another E. coli Outbreak Possibly Linked to Sprouts, This Time in France
Reports today indicate that 10 people have been hospitalized with suspected E. coli poisoning in Bordeaux, France. According to French health authorities, at least 6 out of the 10 people were found to have eaten the sprouts at a local fete in Begres, southeast of Bordeaux. Frederic Lefebvre,...
- Euro Outbreak Numbers Continue To Climb
Five more E. coli O104:H4 infections have been confirmed within the cluster of Bordeaux patients who ate sprouts at an event in early June, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) reported Monday. The University of Minnesota-based Center for Infectious Disease Research and...
- The perils of saying it with flowers: Court of Justice rules in Interflora Adwords case
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ALERT By Siân Croxon, John Wilks, and Damian Herrington The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has given its ruling in the long-running Interflora v Marks & Spencer Adwords case. The CJEU has followed the Advocate General’s opinion on this case and its own ruling in ...
- Health Care Companies Operating in France to be Subject to New Sunshine/Transparency Rules
Health care and cosmetic companies operating in France are subject to new transparency requirements, comparable to the U.S. "Sunshine Act," that were adopted in December 2011....
- In State or Out of State? Florida Appellate Court Takes on Cross-Border Call Recording
No doubt family law disputes can result in some of the most acrimonious litigation. If France v. France, No. 5D11-1477, a decision handed down by Florida’s 5th DCA last week, is any indication, they can also result in highly complex issues of jurisdiction and conflicts of law among states....