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How to limit reputational damage after a data breach

United Kingdom - September 2 2019 The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been with us for over a year. It was greeted with a tremendous fuss, with the threat of fines...

European antiques market threatened by new Regulation

European Union - March 21 2019 On 12 March 2019 the European Parliament plenary session adopted its position at first reading of a draft Regulation on the import of cultural goods...

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Howard Ricklow comments on the battle over EU copyright law which could change the balance of power between artists and hosting websites

European Union - September 11 2018 It is no surprise that the proposed EU draft directive on copyright has creators and ISP’sdistributors at loggerheads. On the one hand the likes of...

Facebook and Cambridge Analytica - the GDPR implications

United Kingdom - March 22 2018 With GDPR on the horizon nothing could highlight data protection issues like the shocking revelation that Facebook failed to protect 50 million of its...

Howard Ricklow comments on Uber covering up massive data breach

USA, United Kingdom - November 22 2017 Uber have only just disclosed that they paid off hackers to delete stolen data of 57 million users and drivers in October 2016. Although the hacking...