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Lexology PRO | European Union, Ireland | 25 May 2022

Irish watchdog loses appeal in long-running CCTV case

An Irish appellate judge has labelled the Irish Data Protection Commission conclusions a “manifest error” in a judgment concerning the regulator’s assessment of the use of CCTV data under the GDPR.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France | 25 May 2022

French government faces surveillance collective complaint

A digital rights group plans to file a GDPR complaint against France’s interior ministry and the government over their allegedly unlawful use of video cameras and facial recognition.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Spain | 17 May 2022

Spanish data watchdog expands surveillance footage retention rules

The Spanish data regulator has found that an individual’s right of access to video surveillance footage in the context of a damages claim outweighed a supermarket’s obligation under national data laws to delete the data within one month.
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Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 19 Apr 2019

Secret Video Surveillance Found in Hospital Labor and Delivery Rooms

The New York Times newly established Privacy Project, recently highlighted the extent to which our society has created a “facial recognition machine”…
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Ius Laboris | Poland | 16 Apr 2019

Poland - Act applying GDPR regulations to take effect

Poland has implemented a set of legislative changes to allow the GDPR to apply. This article sets out some of the main points for employers to keep…
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Kingsley Napley | United Kingdom | 10 Apr 2019

Justice delayed is not justice denied in a recent slip and trip case successfully prosecuted by Aviva

On 3 April 2019 Bradford Crown Court has given a 21 months suspended jail sentence and six-months curfew order to Farida Ashraf, who pleaded guilty…
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Stibbe | European Union | 28 Mar 2019

Data Protection & Employment Law: Can They Be Reconciled?

At the GDPR 360° seminar, Carol Evrard, Erik Valgaeren, Jérôme Aubertin and Cyril Fischer discussed some of the numerous interrelations between data…
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Ford & Harrison LLP | USA | 14 Mar 2019

[Expletive] My Coach Says

For all their recent excellence and success, the NBA’s Golden State Warriors have developed something of a tedious routine. They seem to pull punches…
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CMS Albiñana & Suárez de Lezo | Spain | 6 Feb 2019

New digital rights: employees' right to privacy in use of video, audio and geolocation surveillance

The new Data Protection Act has introduced a number of so-called 'digital rights' for employees. Prior to the act's entry into force, the Supreme Court and the Constitutional Court had already issued regulations on how employers could monitor employees using video, audio or geolocation surveillance, which were in line with European Court of Human Rights rulings. Although the new act has made......
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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | Germany | 9 Jan 2019

Carriers' liability for implementing safety instructions

A recent Bremen Regional Court decision serves as a stark reminder to carriers that all contractual obligations, particularly those relating to security instructions, must be fulfilled and that any carrier found to have breached these obligations could face unrestricted liability in the event of damages. Carriers should carefully assess the feasibility of implementing any listed safety......
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