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Patient's Secret Recording Reveals Nurse's Lack Of Candour
When a medical professional is repeatedly dishonest about their interactions with a patient, is their fitness to practise impaired on public protection grounds
UK
19 Aug 2019
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Revolutionising Mobile Banking In Tanzania
In this industry update, we highlight the actions taken in a move to revolutionise mobile banking in Tanzania.
Tanzania
11 Apr 2019
3
The New Electronic Communications Code Gets Put To The Test
Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd v University of London [2018] UKUT 356 (LC) is the first substantial case on the new Electronic Communications Code (the Code)
UK
25 Jan 2019
4
Sexual Harassment In The Workplace And Why Employers Need Appropriate Insurance To Protect Them
According to a Washington Post Poll, conducted by landline and mobile telephone between October 12-15 2017, nearly half the women surveyed have been subject to sexual harassment,
UK
27 Nov 2018
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Global Data & Privacy Update - July 2017
This update is dedicated to covering the latest legislative developments affecting the way data is managed and protected, as well as reporting on the most recent news governing data breaches and industry developments.
Worldwide
22 Aug 2017
6
Problems Caused By 140 Characters Or Less
In the same week that the President of the United States tweets about the frustrations of his office, and a "twitter row" erupts amongst a famous television personality...
United Arab Emirates
27 Feb 2017
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Changes To VPN Law In The UAE?
There have been reports in the press during the course of last week that the law concerning the use of VPNs has changed. In some online publications it has been incorrectly stated that the use of VPNs...
United Arab Emirates
12 Aug 2016
8
South African Parliament To Probe OTT Services
OTT services allow mobile users to use services such as instant messaging and voice calls over data networks.
South Africa
25 Jan 2016
9
Data Protection Round Up - January 19, 2016
This the first of our monthly Data Protection round ups covering topics for the start of 2016.
Worldwide
20 Jan 2016
10
Global Data & Privacy Update - 6 August 2015
Cyber crime is the greatest threat to the UK insurance industry, according to a survey published last week.
Worldwide
10 Aug 2015
11
Global Data & Privacy Update - 28 May 2015
It emerged this week that a draft bill extending the government's powers to retain communications records will be reintroduced following the Conservative party's election victory.
Worldwide
1 Jun 2015
12
Space Law And Doing Business In The UAE - Is It Realistic Or Out Of This World?
The United Arab Emirates' participation in the space and satellite sector coincides very closely with the early beginnings of the UAE as a nation.
United Arab Emirates
27 May 2015
13
Global Data & Privacy Update - 09.04.15
The law in the UK surrounding nuisance calls and texts changed on 6 April to allow the Information Commissioner’s Office to fine companies who make unsolicited calls.
Worldwide
17 Apr 2015
14
Controversial Mandatory Data Retention Laws Passed
After much debate, the Australian government's controversial mandatory data retention law has been passed.
Australia
10 Apr 2015
15
Global Data & Privacy Update - 26 February 2015
From 6 April 2015 it will be easier to pursue companies who make cold calls and send nuisance texts.
Worldwide
4 Mar 2015
16
Libyan Infrastructure Sector
Given the current situation in Libya, consultants, contractors and developers of infrastructure projects should continue to focus their attention on future opportunities in the country.
United Arab Emirates
15 May 2013
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ICO Publishes Guidance On "BYOD"
The ICO has published guidance which highlights the dangers of allowing your employees to use their own devices for work emails and other work related uses.
UK
25 Apr 2013
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Hlp! My House Is Burnin Dwn! London Fire Brigade Plans To Take 999 Twitter Calls
Twitter users could soon be able to report emergencies in 140 characters and bypass 999 calls under proposals aimed at making communication with the UK’s biggest fire service easier.
UK
6 Mar 2013
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E Signatures: Are They Legal In The Middle East
A discussion on e-signatures in the Middle East.
United Arab Emirates
6 Mar 2013
20
Spam Texters Fined £440,000
Two individuals trading as Tetrus Telecoms sent many millions of unsolicited direct marketing text messages (intending to source, for example, payment protection insurance and road traffic accident claims), using over 16,000 unregistered SIM cards.
UK
2 Jan 2013
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