Aphaia launches the new Knowledge Centre

 

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Aphaia Knowledge Centre reopens with a full podcast of the upcoming European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by Nina Marot, a regulation that  will substantially reshape privacy  regulations in the EU Member States and influence companies whose business involves the processing of personal information.

The Knowledge Centre covers a wide range of regulated areas, including telecoms, information society, media, data protection, competition, energy and environment, plus a range of CSR topics. Its content is constantly updated to guarantee that every users will be up to date with industry best practices and current legal reforms.

Aphaia’s approach is to deliver a world class legal and regulatory analysis in an approachable narrative, to suit lawyers as well as non legal audience, such as company owners and business oriented researchers.

Whether you are looking for legal and policy reforms, in depth information on data regulation applied to cloud providers, or some useful insight on how CSR can bring financial benefits, you can find it all here.

Prior registration is needed to download content from Aphaia Knowledge Centre. Some of the papers are available to registered users for free and some are available on a subscription basis.

 

Giulia Barcaro

Giulia Barcaro

Client Relations Manager at Aphaia
Giulia Barcaro graduated at the London School of Economics with a MSC in Human Rights and International Law. She worked as a trainee lawyer in Polizzi & Guariso in Milan, specializing in human rights law, and collaborate with Client Earth London and the Rainforest Foundation as a law & policy advisor for sustainability, CSR and communities rights in the Congo basin.
Giulia Barcaro

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