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Face-Off: Live Facial Recognition Technology & The GDPR
The recording of citizens in public spaces in the UK is nothing new.
UK
28 Aug 2019
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Cyber Risks & Data Protection
It has been said that "the world's most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data."
UK
8 Aug 2019
3
Abusive Data Practices – A Competition Law Concern?
Recent enforcement activity by various EU data protection and competition law agencies in digital markets has highlighted the potential overlap between the two different groups of agencies in tackling the abusive...
European Union
19 Jul 2019
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Rudd v Bridle – The Who And What Of Subject Access Requests Under GDPR
The case of Rudd v Bridle is an interesting example of data protection law in the UK, and specifically subject access requests, being used in the context of litigation
UK
12 Jun 2019
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Happy Birthday GDPR – One Year On
According to statistics released by the European Commission earlier in 2019, the term "GDPR" amassed more Google searches than either Beyonc้ or Kim Kardashian during the month of May 2018.
European Union
7 Jun 2019
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Rights Of Access vs Right To Privacy
The public rights of access on and over land, enshrined in the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003, have now been around for almost 14 years.
UK
19 Feb 2019
7
Implementing Electronic Invoicing In Public Procurement
On 18 January 2019, the Electronic Invoicing (Public Contracts etc.) Amendment (Scotland) Regulations 2019 (the Regulations) were laid before the Scottish Parliament.
UK
30 Jan 2019
8
Lloyd V Google LLC – Relief For The Data Sector?
Some saw this case as a multi billion pound representative action, seeking justice in the face of unwarranted use of personal data.
UK
28 Nov 2018
9
WhatsApp Group Chats And Digital Privacy
WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps in the world. Among its many features, messages sent between the app's estimated 1.5 billion users ...
UK
27 Nov 2018
10
Privatising Personal Identity – Part Three – Power Through Dispersed Knowledge
In the third of a series of articles, political economist Eben Wilson (St Andrews) explores how law can support economic principle in the world of big data to help protect consumers.
UK
17 Jul 2018
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My Data, Your Data? The US Supreme Court Puzzles Over The Fundamental Rights Status Of Third-Party Personal Data
In a world in which personal data is increasingly held, and indeed generated by, third parties (social media firms, financial institutions and utilities) ...
United States
17 Jul 2018
12
Privatising Personal Identity – Part Four – The Value Of Keys
In the fourth of a series of short articles, economist Eben Wilson (St Andrews) expands on how by having a Private Identity Act that creates personal ownership of data plus Private Identity Banks that look after our data could prevent undue encroachment of intrusive digital platforms into our lives while leaving them with the commercial freedom to add value.
UK
16 Jul 2018
13
Data Disaster For Ticketmaster: What Can Your Organisation Do To Prepare?
On 27 June 2018, Ticketmaster informed potentially affected customers that malicious software had been identified on a customer support product hosted by a third-party supplier
UK
12 Jul 2018
14
5 Things You Should Know About Your Confidential Information
Prevention is better than cure. This old adage is particularly true when it comes to misuse of confidential information.
UK
6 Jul 2018
15
Privatising Personal Identity – Part One – The Value Of Data
The extent to which social media companies are able to look into our lifestyles, personalities and patterns of being is becoming ever more apparent.
UK
6 Jul 2018
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Privatising Personal Identity – Part Two – Who Owns Personal Data
In the second of a series of short articles, political economist Eben Wilson (St Andrews) explores the connection between law and economics in the world of big data.
UK
6 Jul 2018
17
Charity Sector Quick Guide To GDPR
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. We have prepared a quick guide with 8 top tips to help charity organisations comply with the new rules.
UK
14 May 2018
18
GDPR For Charities: Your Quick Guide
GDPR comes into force on 25 May 2018, bringing with it the risk substantial fines of up to €20 million (or 4% of a company's global annual turnover, whichever is higher) for non-compliance.
UK
8 May 2018
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Scottish Third Party Rights Regime Updated – What Do Employers Need To Do Now?
Parties to a contract can give the right to enforce an obligation in the contract to a third party.
UK
20 Mar 2018
20
Countdown To GDPR: Answers To 10 Common HR Queries
GDPR comes into force on 25 May 2018, bringing with it the risk substantial fines of up to €20 million (or 4% of a company's global annual turnover, whichever is higher) for non-compliance.
UK
20 Mar 2018
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