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Automated facial recognition: when does public interest override private rights?

United Kingdom - September 12 2019 In the last week there have been two decisions, relating to the use of Facial Recognition (FR), with differing outcomes. So with the two decisions on...

Mark Gleeson, Amy Ogborne.

A likely crisis for data transfers to the UK post no-deal Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - August 27 2019 If your company holds or collects data in the US, the UK and elsewhere in the EU, you should be mapping out how data flows through those...

Malcolm Dowden, Theodore F. Claypoole, Taylor Ey.

Google hit with 50m GDPR penalty

United Kingdom, France - January 22 2019 On 21 January 2019, the CNIL (the French data protection regulator) announced that it had imposed a financial penalty of 50m against Google LLC...

Mark Gleeson.

GDPR: the end of the beginning

United Kingdom - May 25 2018 The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is in force today, 25 May 2018. After a late flurry of activity in Parliament the UK's Data Protection...

Caroline Churchill, Malcolm Dowden, Jackie Gray.

GDPR tea break webcast series

European Union - March 7 2018 The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. What does your organisation need to do to comply with the new law...

Malcolm Dowden, Jackie Gray.