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GDPR in Numbers

European Union - February 8 2019 The European Commission this week published an infographic entitled 'GDPR in numbers' which includes findings and statistics tracked from May 2018 to...

Lorcan Hurley, Leo Moore, David Cullen.

William Fry Data Protection Day Update 2019

United Kingdom, European Union, Ireland - January 25 2019 On International Data Protection Day our Technology team round-up some of the key data protection stories of 2018 and look ahead to the likely events...

John O'Connor, Rachel Hayes, Leo Moore, David Cullen.

Applying the "Right to Be Forgotten" Outside the EU? Forget About It.

European Union - January 11 2019 The “right to be forgotten”, which enables claimants to request the removal of links to irrelevant or outdated online information about them, should...

Lorcan Hurley, Leo Moore, David Cullen.

Copyright the Taste of Cheese? You Gouda Brie Kidding!

European Union - December 3 2018 The Court of Justice (ECJ) this week ruled in Levola Hengelo BV v Smilde Foods BV that copyright protection does not extend to the taste of cheese. In...

Anna Ní Uiginn, Tara Maher, Leo Moore, David Cullen.

Could Your Business Be Held Vicariously Liable for a Rogue Employee's Data Breach?

United Kingdom, Ireland - November 14 2018 In the UK's first group litigation case concerning a data breach, supermarket chain Morrisons has been held vicariously liable as an employer by the...

Alex Towers, Paul Convery, Catherine O'Flynn.