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Regulators urged to ‘stop squabbling’ over GDPR enforcement 0

Vera Jourova, speaking to Bloomsberg, said: “Such public squabbles don’t contribute to the creation of mutual trust, and I can only appeal to data-protection authorities to focus on the issues

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Data protection by design in the context of the GDPR 0

What is data protection by design exactly? The basic idea is that consideration of the impact of any processing activities when developing a new product, technology or service should be

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Data Protection, Personal Data and GDPR Policy 0

TP Transcription Limited (the “Company”) takes its responsibilities with regard to the management of the requirements of the Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) very

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GDPR and implications for Research 0

To mark Data Protection Day, Trilateral has produced a special article that examines how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) changes the rules for research. The GDPR adopts a “broad”

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Can we exhale yet? EU set to rule UK ‘adequate’ for data sharing in post-Brexit GDPR move 0

The EU is set to rule that the UK’s laws are sufficient to ensure “adequacy” for the safe sharing of personal data, a move promising to end uncertainty over data

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EU’s lead data supervisor for most of big tech is still using Lotus Notes 0

The lead data supervisor for a slew of tech giants in the European Union, including Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, TikTok and Twitter, is still relying on Lotus Notes to manage

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Pre-employment vetting: Data protection and criminal records 0

Does the GDPR prohibit employers from undertaking pre-employment vetting in relation to criminal records? This article clarifies the complex position in relation to data protection and criminal offence personal data.

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As medical records are stolen and shared, data protection faces a crisis of faith 0

Humans love being connected. Almost 4.5 billion of us — over half the world’s population — are now online, and the number keeps growing. Our phones, tablets, televisions, watches, fitness

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Pharmacy gets first UK fine for GDPR breaches 0

A London-based pharmacy has been fined £275,000 for “careless” storage of patient data – the first penalty levied under a new EU-mandated data protection regime in the UK. Doorstep Dispensaree

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The Catch 22 Scenario for GDPR 0

The goals of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are simple: a law to ensure data protection and privacy for all individual citizens of the European Union and the European

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