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Controllers, processors and the data processing conundrum

United Kingdom, European Union - July 9 2018 Recent reforms to EU data protection law have thrown contractual terms relating to the use of personal data into sharper focus. A particular concern...

Kate Brimsted, Nicola Jayne Conway.


The Accidental Controller - CJEU says ‘Fan Page’ administrators are joint controllers with Facebook

European Union - June 18 2018 The Court of Justice of the EU (the “CJEU”) has ruled that administrators of ‘fan pages’ on Facebook are controllers jointly (with Facebook) of the...

Kate Brimsted, Emma Ramsey.


Accommodating the GDPR in the Hotel Sector: Demystifying three key issues

European Union - April 23 2018 With one month before the GDPR goes live across the EU ushering in an enhanced enforcement regime, there is little time left to prepare. With...

Laura Wild, Patrick Johnson.


The UK Data Protection Act 2018 - what do you need to know?

United Kingdom - January 6 2018 The Data Protection Act 2018 came into force on 25 May 2018, ushering in a new era of personal data regulation in the UK. The Act supplements...

Kate Brimsted.


Brexit and Data: UK Government aims to smooth the path for UK-EU data flows post-Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - April 9 2017 The UK Government has set out its vision for the future relationship between the EU and the UK on the exchange and protection of personal...

Kate Brimsted.