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Jun
08
2018

GDPR: Not the end of the story as the DPA 2018 comes into force
#Data Protection

The 25th May 2018 has now come and gone and the GDPR has come into force. ...

May
25
2018

Monica Atwal on GDPR on the Ian King Show Live on Sky News
#Data Protection #Press

Monica Atwal, Managing Partner at Clarkslegal LLP discusses GDPR and its effect on businesses on the Ian King Show Live on Sky News. ...

May
25
2018

Information Age interview Monica Atwal, Managing Partner at Clarkslegal LLP: GDPR and the value of data
#Data Protection #Press

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has arrived. Information Age spoke with Monica Atwal, Managing Partner at Clarkslegal LLP, a commercial law firm, about the impact GDPR has had on organisations and the changing value of data....

May
24
2018

Monica Atwal talks GDPR with Rufus Hound on talkRADIO
#Data Protection #Press

Listen again to Monica Atwal, Managing Partner at Clarkslegal LLP talking to Rufus Hound on tallRADIO discussing GDPR. ...

May
04
2018

High Court upholds ‘right to be forgotten’
#Data Protection

The right to have your personal data erased in certain circumstances, known as the ‘right to be forgotten’, hit the headlines back in 2014 when the European Court of Justice ruled that Google should amend its search results so as not to display certain information; in that case information about a Spanish citizen’s past financial difficulties....

May
04
2018

Electoral Commission probe highlights the risks of making errors in redactions
#Data Protection

The UK Electoral Commission is facing an ICO investigation after inadvertently releasing details of donors to a pro-union campaign group on its website. ...

May
02
2018

Looking to do business in the UK? Here’s what you need to know about data protection…
#Data Protection #Inward Investment

Data protection rules in the UK are set to be overhauled on 25th May 2018 with the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will be applicable across the EU....

Apr
17
2018

‘Data is fast becoming more valuable than gold’ – Monica Atwal writes for City AM
#Data Protection #Press

Data is the new gold, but we do not value this precious commodity, giving our data away too freely....

Apr
13
2018

Data Protection
#Data Protection

Are you ready for GDPR? With less than 30 working days left until the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force, is your organisation complaint?...

Apr
10
2018

Getting Ready for GDPR: Key Points
#Commercial #Data Protection

Admittedly, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may not be the most exciting piece of legislation… however, with just over six weeks until it comes into force, the time for ensuring you are fully compliant is NOW!...

Mar
23
2018

Facebook and Cambridge Analytica: A warning to all
#Data Protection

The news surrounding Facebook and Cambridge Analytica sends a clear warning to organisations holding and processing personal data - tighten up your data processing and let individuals know what you will be doing with their data! ...

Mar
06
2018

Controversial Immigration Exemption Clause in the Data Protection Bill
#Data Protection #UK Immigration

Campaign groups are continuing to increase pressure on the government to reconsider the ‘immigration exemption’ in the Data Protection Bill which could prevent people from gaining access to immigration data held on them. The Bill had its second reading in the House of Commons yesterday where Tory MP Matt Hancock confirmed that the exemption was necessary, so the government could “properly police [its] borders”....

Feb
27
2018

Data Protection Changes: The E-Privacy Regulation
#Data Protection

With GDPR dominating the headlines anyone would be forgiven for thinking this is the only change taking place in the world of data protection. However, there are also proposals underway for reforming the European E-Privacy Directive which is implemented in the UK by way of the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2011 (PECR)....

Feb
13
2018

Further Guidance published by the ICO on Demonstrating Compliance with the GDPR
#Data Protection

The ICO have recently published further guidance on the upcoming GDPR and the records organisations (both data controllers and processors) need to keep of their processing activities, and lawful basis for such processing....

Feb
01
2018

GDPR: UK leading the field?
#Data Protection

A recently reported survey carried out by data cleansing specialist, W8 Data, has found that the UK is significantly more confident than other EU countries that it can comply with the GDPR when it comes into force in May this year. ...

Jan
19
2018

Covert surveillance breaches right to privacy and data protection law
#Employment #Data Protection

Covert surveillance at work was found to be in breach of the right to privacy and data protection law by the European Court of Human Rights(ECtHR) in Lopez Ribalda & Ors v Spain....

Jan
15
2018

Your questions answered - ICO publishes FAQs
#Data Protection

With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline growing closer, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published 12 ‘frequently asked questions’ about the regulations....

Jan
12
2018

Lack of GDPR preparation among 2.1million SMEs
#Data Protection

With 5 months to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) kicks in, research conducted by The Data Compliance Doctors suggests an alarming amount of SMEs could be at risk of breaching the GDPR the day it comes into effect if they do not take action soon....

Jan
09
2018

Data protection – have you got consent to use and store personal data?
#Data Protection

Under current rules for data protection, businesses are allowed to implement “opt-out” and pre-checked boxes when it comes to obtaining an individual’s consent to collecting and using personal data....

Dec
22
2017

Criminal conviction for Loss Adjustors who used illegally obtained data
#Employment #Data Protection

With the constant risk of fraud, investigating claims is a priority for many insurance firms. However, a recent case has shown how this can lead to a breach of data protection legislation and criminal sanctions. ...

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