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Subject access requests under the GDPR: much ado about nothing?

United Kingdom - December 6 2017 There is no denying that the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") will have far reaching consequences for how data is processed but, within the…

Alex Lock, Ceri Fuller, Deborah Hely, Georgina Rowley, Guy Bredenkamp, Katy Horner, Khurram Shamsee, Louise Bloomfield, Nick Chronias, Philip Harman, Richard Loxley.

The General Data Protection Regulation - what are the implications for employers as data controllers?

European Union, United Kingdom - September 8 2017 Last month the Government issued its statement of intent to publish a new Data Protection Bill. The Data Protection Bill will bring into law the EU's…

Ceri Fuller, Georgina Rowley, Khurram Shamsee.

Subject access requests: disclosure of third party personal data without consent

United Kingdom - November 2 2016 In this case, the High Court ruled that personal data about a third party should not be disclosed in the absence of his consent, and provided useful…

Ceri Fuller, Georgina Rowley, Khurram Shamsee.

Covert Surveillance: does it breach the right to privacy?

European Union - February 8 2018 The use of hidden cameras did violate the right to privacy of employees who were dismissed for theft, according to the European Court of Human Rights…

Alex Lock, Ceri Fuller, David Sims, Deborah Hely, Georgina Rowley, Guy Bredenkamp, James Rhodes, Katy Horner, Khurram Shamsee, Louise Bloomfield, Nick Chronias, Philip Harman, Richard Loxley.

Data Protection Bill 2017: implications for employers on first reading

United Kingdom - October 4 2017 Last month we reported on the EU's General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"). The government has now released the draft Data Protection Bill…

Alex Lock, Ceri Fuller, Deborah Hely, Georgina Rowley, Guy Bredenkamp, James Rhodes, Katy Horner, Khurram Shamsee, Louise Bloomfield, Nick Chronias, Philip Harman, Richard Loxley.