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GDPR and Enhanced Individual Rights: A threat or opportunity for organisations?

United Kingdom - December 13 2017 Market research business Forrester has identified that 80 of firms affected by the GDPR will not be compliant with the Regulation when it comes into...

Patrick Wheeler.

Over half of UK SMEs surveyed still unfamiliar with the GDPR - less than a year until its introduction

United Kingdom, European Union - October 2 2017 18 of businesses say if they had to pay new maximum fines, it would put them at risk of insolvency 55 of UK small businesses are still not familiar...

Mette Marie Sutton, Howard Ricklow, Sophie Laing, Patrick Wheeler.

Court awards Duchess of Cambridge damages over topless photos - a victory for privacy rights

France - September 5 2017 The French Court has today ruled that the publication of topless photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge by Closer magazine in 2012 was an invasion of...

Sophie Pugh.

The GDPR - what guidance is available?

United Kingdom, European Union - June 20 2017 The Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”), data protection professionals and organisations are preparing themselves for the implementation of the...

An update: controlling and coercive behaviour

United Kingdom - July 19 2016 There has been three reported convictions under s.76 of the Serious Crime Act 2015 in the recent months, following the act coming into force on 29...

Rhory Robertson, Alexander Cochrane, Sophie Pugh.