We use cookies to customise content for your subscription and for analytics.
If you continue to browse Lexology, we will assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. For further information please read our Cookie Policy.

Articles

Results 1 to 5 of 41
Most popular |Most recent


Fashion ID: The dangers of third party plugins in the post-GDPR age?

European Union - August 9 2019 On 29 July 2019 the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued a judgment stating that website operators who incorporate a...

Daisy Jones, Claire Bouchenard, Dr. Marc Störing.

Regulatory Outlook Data Protection & Cyber Security July 2019

United Kingdom, European Union - July 17 2019 As anticipated, the e-Privacy Regulation did not get over the line before the end of the last term of the European Parliament. However, the new...

Ashley Hurst.

GDPR one year on What have we learned and what’s next for data protection?

United Kingdom, European Union - July 15 2019 At a recent series of events, we shared learnings from the UK and beyond, one year on from the implementation of the GDPR. Moving on from 25 May 2018...

Georgina Graham, Will Robertson, Tamara Quinn.

Another day, another huge fine: Marriott International announces ICO’s intent to fine it £99.3m for data breach

United Kingdom, European Union - July 10 2019 The ICO's announcement yesterday (9 July 2019) that it intends to fine Marriott International £99.3m will send shock waves to boards across Europe. It...

Nina Lazic, Ashley Hurst, Philip Kemp.

British Airways facing fine of £183.39m as ICO plans to issue its first GDPR monetary penalty

United Kingdom, France - July 8 2019 The ICO’s announcement today (8 July 2019) that it plans to fine British Airways £183.39m in relation to its high profile data breach has sent a very...

Charlie Wedin, Ashley Hurst, Philip Kemp.