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Data Breach Enforcement in the UK and in the EU: Cross-Border Issues 0

Now that the GDPR has been in force for nearly two years, the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”), along with a number of other EU supervisory authorities, has begun to

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Circuit Court: Courts Service loses appeal against finding that it breached pre-GDPR data protection legislation 0

The Courts Service has lost an appeal against the Data Protection Commissioner’s finding that it breached pre-GDPR legislation by publishing the name of a notice party who had been granted

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Not so fine after all 0

The real test of GDPR will be less about the level or number of fines enacted as the number of breaches reported, writes Dominic Mills as he looks at the

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Popular dating apps could be in breach of GDPR 0

Tinder, OkCupid, and Grindr are in hot water over their approach to user content. Working on the basis of matching or filtering users based on personal information, dating platforms require

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The data protection principles under the General Data Protection Regulation 0

Our team looks at the data protection principles which underpin the GDPR. The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is, like the Data Protection Directive (DPD), underpinned by a number

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Cybersecurity firms garner attention as data breaches bring record fines 0

Cybersecurity firms are gaining more attention after companies like British Airways and Marriott face a serious wake up call after being hit with record fines of £183.4 million and £99

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ICO slaps record £183m fine on British Airways for GDPR breach 0

Airline facing massive penalty after incident in which regulator claims the personal data of 500,000 customers was compromised The Information Commissioner’s Office has hit British Airways with a fine of

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King’s College London breached GDPR to prep for royal visit 0

According to an independent report, Kings College London (KCL) breached European data protection regulations (GDPR) when it shared a list of activist students with police. Several students (and one member

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Can evidence obtained in breach of GDPR be lawfully used as evidence? 0

The coming in force of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (‘GDPR’) in May 2018 dramatically changed the way in which personal data is viewed, considered and ultimately processed

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ICO fines EE £100,000 over unsolicited marketing messages 0

The UK mobile carrier, EE, has been fined by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). The firm will now have to pay a fine of £100,000 due to it sending more

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