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Stormy Outlook Or A Silver Lining? EIOPA Consults On Principles For Outsourcing To Cloud Service Providers
The increasing threat that new market entrants might use technology to win a share of the insurance market has been forcing established insurers to assess the ways in which they might maintain their competitive advantage.
UK
19 Aug 2019
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ICO Explores Bias And Discrimination In AI
A recent post on the ICO's AI Auditing Framework blog explores human bias and discrimination in AI systems.
UK
19 Aug 2019
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Thumbs Up – A Company That Embeds The Like Button On Its Website Can Be Considered A Data Controller Jointly With Facebook
The Court of Justice of the European Union ("ECJ") has ruled that companies that embed the Facebook "Like" button (the "Like button") within their website pages can be considered as a joint data
UK
16 Aug 2019
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A Year In The Life Of GDPR: Statistics And Stories From The ICO
The introduction of the GDPR on 25 May 2018 caused a widespread re-think about data protection and privacy rights.
UK
16 Aug 2019
5
ICO Announces First ‘Mega Fines' For Data Breach Under GDPR
In the last couple of days, the Information Commissioner's Office has issued two notices of intent to impose the first ‘mega fines' under the GDPR regime for data breaches by British Airways and Marriott International.
UK
16 Aug 2019
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ICO's Proposed Largest Ever Fine Of £183 Million Against BA Prompts The Question: Can You Insure Penalties Imposed For Breach Of GDPR?
The UK's data protection authority, the ICO, has announced twice in two days this week that it proposes to levy significant fines on organisations for breaches of the General Data
UK
16 Aug 2019
7
UK Information Commissioner's Office To Fine Entities for GDPR Violations
The UK Information Commissioner's Office ("ICO") will impose significant fines against British Airways and Marriott for violating data security rules under the European Union's
European Union
15 Aug 2019
8
CCPA: Where Does It Stand Today?
In July, Squire Patton Boggs partner Petrina H. McDaniel and associate Keshia Lipscomb outlined several of the pending amendments expected
UK
15 Aug 2019
9
Corporate Blackmail: One Way In Which Victims Can Take Back Control
The cost of being a victim of crime? An extraordinary £77million, according to TalkTalk at the recent sentencing of one of the individuals who hacked their systems
UK
14 Aug 2019
10
Website Operators Joint Controllers With Third-Party Plugin Providers
On 29 July 2019, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) issued its judgement on Case C-40/17 (the "Fashion-ID" case).
UK
14 Aug 2019
11
UK Ministry Of Justice Announces Changes Regarding Privacy And Data Protection Claims
This summer the ICO has issued significant fines in relation to high profile data breaches since acquiring its new "GDPR charged" powers.
UK
14 Aug 2019
12
GDPR Used To Gain Access To Fiancée's Personal Data: Exposing Vulnerabilities In Data Subject Access Requests
A recent test DSAR has demonstrated companies' differing approaches to DSAR compliance.
UK
14 Aug 2019
13
ICO To Impose Fines Totaling Of £275 Million Against Two International Businesses For GDPR Violations
In July 2019, the UK Information Commissioner's Office, a European data protection supervisory authority, has flexed its muscles and has announced its intention to issue fines exceeding £275 million against two international businesses ...
UK
13 Aug 2019
14
Employment & GDPR: One Year On
It is one year into the GDPR regime but what are the next steps for organisations?
UK
13 Aug 2019
15
Privacy And Data Protection: What You Need To Know In Case Of A No-Deal Brexit
The UK's new prime minister, Boris Johnson, has vowed that the UK will leave the EU on October 31, 2019.
UK
9 Aug 2019
16
Employers Beware: Another New Data Right For Employees
Before GDPR, the only way to contest how the ICO handled such a complaint was by making an application for judicial review.
UK
9 Aug 2019
17
Have Trustees' rights to refuse disclosure been undermined by the Dawson-Damer ruling?
The trustees of the Glenfinnan Settlement are being sued by Mrs Ashley Dawson-Damer and her two children, Piers and Adelicia, regarding the disposition of the trust's assets.
UK
9 Aug 2019
18
Charities, Data Protection Officers, GDPR: Where Are We Now?
On 18 June Withers held a round-table discussion to review one of the key provisions of the GDPR legislation introduced a year ago: the role of the Data Protection Officer
UK
8 Aug 2019
19
Cyber Risks & Data Protection
It has been said that "the world's most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data."
UK
8 Aug 2019
20
GDPR Certification Is Coming To The UK…
The ICO will consider the proposals submitted by participating companies and will determine the schemes that will be allowed.
UK
8 Aug 2019
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