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Data Protection & Information Law - UK-wide
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Francesca Blythe provides practical advice to a wide range of international clients on EU privacy issues in both a regulatory and transactional context. She also has significant experience in assisting clients with preparing for, and responding to cybersecurity incidents. Francesca works with clients in a variety of industries, particularly life sciences, financial services, and retail.
Francesca was previously in-house counsel at the largest international health and beauty retailer in Asia and Europe. Whilst there, she regularly gave advice on compliance and strategies relating to data protection laws, including subject access requests, privacy impact assessments, direct marketing campaigns, biometrics and employee monitoring. She also assisted in the planning and delivery of a UK-wide privacy audit and managed a global privacy compliance project.
Her memberships include: Women in Privacy, an international networking group for women data protection and privacy professionals and IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals).
Her publications include:
“Evaluating Privacy and Cybersecurity Risks in Emerging Technology Transactions: Artificial Intelligence and EdTech,” co-authored with Sujit Raman, Sharon R. Flanagan, and Michael R. Roberts, Cybersecurity Law Report, August 4, 2021
“Complying With New EU Data Transfer Contractual Obligations,” co-authored with William Long, Law360, June 16, 2021