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Insurance Coverage Trends
A number of data privacy legislation and industry developments will drive insurance coverage trends, including:
UK
1 Feb 2019
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VM Morrison Supermarkets v Various Claimants: Vicarious Liability For Data Breach
Court of Appeal dismisses appeal from decision that company was vicariously liable for data protection breach by employee
UK
7 Nov 2018
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High Court Overturns Ruling That QOCS Automatically Applied To Claim With PI Element
The High Court has ruled that a circuit judge was incorrect in ordering that QOCS automatically applied to a claim concerning misuse of data because it also included a PI element.
UK
14 Aug 2018
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Liability: Various Claimants V Morrisons Supermarket
Company found vicariously liable for a deliberate data protection breach by a disgruntled employee
UK
18 Dec 2017
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Clasis Law September 2017 Newsletter
This edition brings to our readers a featured article titled "Analysis of Right to Privacy and Data Protection in terms of the recent landmark Judicial Pronouncement and the Data Protection regime in India".
India
6 Oct 2017
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Data Protection
Karen Bradley MP, the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, recently confirmed that the UK will be implementing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in force from May 2018.
UK
4 Apr 2017
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EU General Data Protection Regulation And Directive
The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission reached agreement on 15 December 2015 on new data protection rules, establishing a modern and harmonised data protection framework...
European Union
7 Oct 2016
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Alan Yentob v MGN Ltd (2015)
The CoA decides that where a party's claim was successful but it had failed to better the terms of the defendant's Part 36 offer, the claimant should not suffer the normal costs consequences.
UK
28 Sep 2016
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Retention Of Highly Sensitive Information: How Long Is Too Long?
Public bodies are subject to clear obligations to treat personal information with the appropriate sensitivity and security, but there is also an allied question as to how long such information should be kept for.
UK
12 Feb 2016
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Looking Ahead: The Future Of Data Breach In The UK
The data breach landscape is going to change a great deal, and very quickly over the next year.
UK
9 Apr 2015
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The Customer Impact: A Financial Halo Effect
The big thing right now if you look at any data breach is the PR downside, the impact in terms of reputational damage, customer churn and ultimately lost revenues.
UK
8 Apr 2015
12
Data Breach Readiness 2.0
Dubbed 'The Year of the Data Breach', 2014 saw a steady stream of serious, in some cases record breaking, data breaches hit the headlines.
UK
8 Apr 2015
13
The UK Data Breach Landscape
It doesn’t matter whether you are big or small. If you have an IP address and are connected to the internet, you are fair game as far as hackers and cyber-criminals are concerned.
UK
8 Apr 2015
14
Cyber Liability And Data Breach – A Ticking Time Bomb For Modern Business
Cyber-attacks and data breaches are one of the key dangers for corporations today. Serious incidents continue to grab headlines.
UK
17 Dec 2014
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Global Data & Privacy Update - 10.07.14
David Cameron and Nick Clegg are giving a news conference on emergency legislation, which is being introduced next week.
UK
18 Jul 2014
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ICO Releases Findings Of Audits
The ICO has released the findings of data protection audits which took place between February 2010 and July 2012.
UK
2 Jan 2013
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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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New Anonymisation Code
The ICO has published a code of practice on managing the data protection risks relating to anonymisation.
UK
2 Jan 2013
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Plymouth City Council Fined £60,000 For Sending Child Neglect Report To The Wrong Person
A report containing confidential and highly sensitive personal data on an alleged child neglect case concerning a family (Family A) was accidentally included with information sent by a social worker to an individual (B).
UK
2 Jan 2013
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