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30 November 2018 Nigel Parker
Data protection issues feature increasingly in mergers and acquisitions. This is driven by a range of factors, including in particular the growing realisation of the value of personal data to a business as well as more widespread appreciation of the risks involved in processing personal data. The GDPR has acted as a catalyst and data › Read More
10 September 2018 Emma Keeling
As big data continues to be big news and data protection law continues to evolve, it is timely that the Department for Health and Social Care (the Department) has published a code of conduct relating to the use of data-driven health and care technology (the Code). Published in its initial form last week (5th September), › Read More
07 September 2018 David Smith
One of the challenges thrown up by the GDPR is understanding the interrelation between the extra-territorial scope provisions in Article 3 and the restrictions on international transfer in Chapter V. How, for example, do the international transfer restrictions apply, if they apply at all, to a data controller that has no presence in the EU › Read More
28 August 2018 Natalie Young
Earlier this year, Congress passed the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data (“CLOUD”) Act. The CLOUD Act is significant because it allows US law enforcement authorities to access the data of US companies held abroad and could allow foreign governments who have entered into an executive agreement with the US to obtain data stored by › Read More
19 July 2018 David Smith
Elizabeth Denham, the Information Commissioner, was in the headlines last week after announcing her intention to impose a record fine of £½million on Facebook and launching her report on “Democracy Disrupted? Personal Information and Political Influence”, a wide ranging and detailed investigation into the complex world of gathering and using personal data for political campaigning. › Read More
21 June 2018 David Stone
The UK Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that trade mark owners should pay the costs of implementing a court order requiring UK ISPs to block access to websites selling counterfeit goods. This is a reversal of previous decisions, which had required the ISPs to bear these costs. Rights holders will still be able to obtain › Read More