Government reforms (1): Data protection – towards the GDPR

What do we already know? We updated you in our April 2016 Newsletter Government reforms (1): Data protection – changing times… and our June 2016 Newsletter Government reforms (2): data protection changes – guidance on its way about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will replace the current EU Data Protection Directive and national data protection legislation.…
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Government reforms (2): Data protection – Subject access requests

What do we already know? We updated you in our March 2017 Newsletter Case update (2): Data protection – easy access on the case of Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing LLP which was favourable to individuals (in this case litigants) in obtaining information using a subject access request (SAR).    What’s new? The Information Commissioner’s Office…
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Government Reforms: General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

What do we already know?  We updated you in our April 2016 Newsletter Government reforms (1): Data protection – changing times… and our June 2016 Newsletter Government reforms (2): data protection changes – guidance on its way about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will replace the current EU Data Protection Directive and national data protection legislation.…
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Government reforms (1): Data protection

General data protection regulation What do we already know? We updated you in our April 2016 Newsletter Government reforms (1): Data protection – changing times… and our June 2016 Newsletter Government reforms (2): data protection changes – guidance on its way about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will replace the current EU…
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Newsflash: Data protection – changing times…

What do we already know about data protection? We updated you in our April 2016 Newsletter Government reforms (1): Data protection – changing times… and our June 2016 Newsletter Government reforms (2): data protection changes – guidance on its way about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will replace the current EU Data…
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Newsflash: Data protection and Brexit – what will happen?

The referendum vote in favour of Brexit means that, as we all know, in due course the UK (well, at least England and Wales) will probably no longer be members of the EU. This of course assumes that the Government (whoever that may be) heed the result of the poll, which it is not bound…
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Government reforms (2): Data protection changes – guidance on its way

What do we already know? We updated you in our April 2016 Newsletter Government reforms (1): Data protection – changing times… and our May 2016 Newsflash Data protection – changing times on the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will replace the current EU Data Protection Directive and national data protection legislation. This will…
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Newsflash: Data protection – changing times…

What do we already know? We updated you in our April Newsletter Government reforms (1): Data protection – changing times… about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will replace the current EU Data Protection Directive and national data protection legislation. We knew at this point that organisations are likely to need to comply…
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Government reforms (1): Data protection – changing times…

What do we already know? Since 1998 when the Data Protection Act (DPA) was first introduced, organisations have been required to put systems in place to ensure the protection of personal data. The DPA was implemented as a consequence of EU law, namely the EU Data Protection Directive. What’s new? The European Parliament has this…
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