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Have your say on the future of online targeting and algorithmic decision making

United Kingdom - May 7 2019 The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) in the UK has issued open calls for evidence in relation to their reviews into online targeting and...

Combating cyber-crime trumps information sharing

United Kingdom - May 7 2019 The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre and Information Commissioner’s Office used CYBERUK to provide clarification of their respective roles and how...

Geoff Nicholas.

Can the Privacy Shield survive? What’s next for exports of personal data to the US?

USA, European Union - July 13 2018 The EU Parliament has asked the Commission to end the EU-US Privacy Shield if the US doesn’t comply with its terms by 1 September 2018. The...

UK Brexit committee says CJEU should retain jurisdiction over data protection after Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - July 6 2018 The UK’s Exiting the EU Committee has published a report on data flows and data protection. It proposes a pragmatic way forward, to try to solve the...

UK Government consults on which data controllers should be exempt from paying charges to the Information Commissioner’s Office

United Kingdom - June 22 2018 The Information Commissioner’s Office, the body responsible for upholding information rights in the UK, is funded by charges paid by data controllers...