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Care homes take heed: if you have failed to pay the ICO data protection fee you could be breaking the law

United Kingdom - January 3 2019 On 25 May 2018, the Data Protection (Charges and Information) Regulations 2018 came into force, which changed the way the ICO fund their data…

Kathryn Sheridan.

Judicial review and secondary legislation: What power does the court have to fix broken legislation?

European Union, United Kingdom - December 12 2018 Where our departure from the EU leaves a hole in the legislative landscape, whether due to the necessary re-arrangement of our domestic affairs or the…

GDPR: The significance of the new principle of accountability

United Kingdom - June 15 2018 The GDPR has introduced a new accountability principle: the data controller “shall be responsible for, and be able to demonstrate compliance, with”…

Rebecca Ryan.

The ICO’s Regulatory Action Policy: What to expect in the new GDPR era

United Kingdom - May 29 2018 The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has begun consultation on a new Regulatory Action Policy (“the Policy”). This new policy is intended to…

Fred Allen.

Dog walker successfully challenges local authority’s PSPO in High Court

United Kingdom - April 16 2018 The High Court has, for the first time, considered the validity of a Public Space Protection Order and ruled in favour, at least in part, of a local…

Sarah Burton.