Access Partnership Co-Writes a Paper on China’s Reorganisation Plan for Cybersecurity

Posted on 27th March 2018

Access Partnership’s China practice lead Xiaomeng Lu co-wrote a report for New America on the Chinese government’s reorganisation plan for cybersecurity. 

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Access Partnership appoints Alexis Serfaty as Director of Global Public Policy

Posted on 27th March 2018

Based in Washington, DC, Alexis Serfaty will be responsible for driving our expanding operations and will lead the data governance and cybersecurity teams.

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US CLOUD Act Now Law

Posted on 26th March 2018

The CLOUD Act has been passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump. The measure streamlines US law enforcement access to data stored overseas and creates a mechanism for cloud computing providers to share data with foreign governments in some situations.

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A Tech Revenue Tax for Europe?

Posted on 23rd March 2018

European Commission has unveiled legislative measures designed to ensure digital businesses pay their “fair share” of tax in EU member states that they bill as “fair and growth-friendly” – but criticism is already mounting. As the US and business groups weigh in, and with the international OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project still ongoing, Access Partnership’s Matt Allison asks: are the EU jumping the gun?

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Brexit Brief: Transition – A Bridge, or Bridge Too Far?

Posted on 21st March 2018

From the extended transition period to Gibraltar’s status, catch up with this week’s most important Brexit stories, digested.

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Access Partnership to Join Panel on ESIM Regulation at GVF Connectivity Conference

Posted on 20th March 2018

Access Partnership’s own Vadim Doronin will be speaking at the GVF 2018 Connectivity Conference on 21 March – register now for a complementary pass.

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EU Pitches for Data Protection Gold Standard

Posted on 19th March 2018

On 25 May, the General Data Protection Regulation becomes legally enforceable – after six years of the most intensive lobbying campaign in EU policy-making history, says Matt Allison. Will the EU reap a benefit from imposing tough data protection standards on third countries?

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