Data ethics

Data ethics – navigating the spirit of the law

Karishma Brahmbhatt

In a world awash with ever-increasing amounts of data and the technology to process it, data ethics is a topic that has come to the fore. In this podcast, data protection senior associate, Karishma Brahmbhatt, discusses how organisations can create the right data culture and why it is important that they do so. Read More

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CJEU rules that the right to be forgotten does not extend beyond the EU’s borders

LaurieAnne Ancenys

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled that there is no obligation for a search engine operator to, in case of a request, de-reference personal information of individuals on all of its search engine’s domain name extensions beyond the territory of EU Member States in order to be in compliance with Read More

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Facing Fines—The Mechanics of Facebook’s Reportedly Forthcoming FTC Settlement

Kyle Coogan

On April 24, 2019, Facebook announced to investors that it expects to set aside an amount between $3 billion and $5 billion in relation to the investigation by the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regarding Cambridge Analytica prior to any final judgment on the matter.  In mid-July, it was reported that the FTC voted Read More

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Operationalising data ethics in the financial services sector

Karishma Brahmbhatt

Financial institutions have become accustomed to managing gigantic volumes of data, ranging from customer data to business intelligence and employee data. However, the financial services sector is being revolutionised by data-driven, and data-generating, technology. With the likes of mobile, blockchain and artificial intelligence reshaping traditional financial services, we are seeing the emergence of a new Read More

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New ICO report on adtech and real time bidding issues a warning shot to the adtech industry

Karishma Brahmbhatt

Following its adtech fact-finding forum in March this year, on 20 June 2019 the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published its Update report into adtech and real time bidding. The good news for those engaging in online behavioural advertising is that the report acknowledges that “the automated delivery of ad impressions is here to stay”. Read More

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AI principles and practice: The OECD recommendation continues a theme

Emma Keeling

At the end of May, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) member countries achieved a first – signing up to a Recommendation on Artificial Intelligence (AI) (the Recommendation) that, it is hoped, will promote innovative and trustworthy AI, respecting human rights and democratic values.  With that aim, the Recommendation sets out five broadly Read More

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