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Changes To Nuisance Calls Regulations
One problem is that PECR are now 15 years old – and in the digital context this is almost prehistoric law.
UK
20 Sep 2018
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Legal Challenge To Common Reporting Standard (CRS) And Beneficial Ownership (BO) Registers
Mishcon de Reya has taken legal steps against the CRS and the Beneficial Ownership registers to call into question the wider repercussions for fundamental rights and the relationship...
UK
8 Aug 2018
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Sir Cliff Richard vs The BBC: Redrawing The Boundaries Of Privacy?
Sir Cliff Richard has scored an emphatic win in his privacy claim against the BBC but, critical as the ruling was, it does not obviously, as the BBC has since claimed, mark "a dramatic shift against press freedom".
UK
2 Aug 2018
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Online Anonymity: A Luxury We Can No Longer Afford? (Video)
The past decade has seen an increased use of virtual private networks, cryptocurrencies, whistleblowing, targeted marketing, trolling and online scams – all made possible by a perceived online anonymity.
UK
11 Jun 2018
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Is The Cat Out Of The Bag For Privacy?
The right to a private life is as fundamental as rights to freedom of expression and liberty itself. Intrusions into privacy, family or home life are sorely felt.
UK
23 Jan 2018
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Private Life At Work: Employee Monitoring
A case that was widely hailed as an employer's charter to snoop on employees' personal e-mails (as we reported here) was recently overturned by the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
UK
23 Jan 2018
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A Winter Chill For Data Crooks
A landmark High Court case will send shivers down the spines of recruitment consultants who have considered taking their employer's database with them to another company.
UK
29 Nov 2006
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Court Judgement Reduces Protection for Databases
A recent decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has drastically narrowed the scope of legal protection for databases in the UK and throughout Europe. This could increase the rights that third parties have to access the contents of your databases and may mean that information stored in them is no longer protected at all.
UK
 
27 Jan 2005
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