Noreen Krall, Vice President and Chief Litigation Counsel at Apple, speaking during a panel discussion on cyber security, part of the 2017 ChIPs Women in Tech, Law, & Policy Global Summit, held at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Washington, D.C. October 19, 2017. (Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM)
As corporate legal departments brace for new European privacy protections set to take effect in May, a top in-house lawyer for Apple Inc. on Thursday predicted the rules—known as the General Data Protection Regulation—will put “heavy processing requirements” on companies that must give consumers more control over their personal information.
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