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Cross-border data flows after a no dealno adequacy Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - February 12 2019 As everyone knows, the Brexit process is in turmoil and we are facing a real possibility of a no deal Brexit. This was not the UK government's plan...


The evolution of the EU's 'right to be forgotten'

Spain, United Kingdom, European Union, France - February 4 2019 The 'right to be forgotten' in the context of EU data protection law, is something of a misnomer; it is, in fact, a qualified right to the erasure of...


There's more to life than Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - January 18 2019 While Brexit is undoubtedly going to dominate 2019, it will certainly not derail the EU's legislative agenda although it may slow things down in the...

Martin Cotterill, Angus Finnegan, Graham Hann, Christopher Jeffery, Glyn Morgan, Sian Skelton, Vinod Bange.


Where is the ePrivacy Regulation?

United Kingdom, European Union - November 28 2018 The ePrivacy Directive 2002 (Directive), as amended most recently in 2009, (implemented in the UK by the Privacy and Electronic Communications...


Facial recognition technology in the EU: does GDPR spell the end

European Union - July 2 2018 Facial recognition technology (FRT) tends to dominate the headlines when it is used for law enforcement purposes, but its commercial use is one of the...