Brexit and Data Protection Update

Brexit and Data Protection Update

Given the continuing uncertainty and proximity in relation to Brexit (29th March 2019 at the time of writing!), it is important now for businesses and organisations, who are likely to be Brexit impacted either directly or indirectly, to get a good sense of what...
E-Receipts: A Seasonal Reminder

E-Receipts: A Seasonal Reminder

As the countdown to Christmas gets ever closer, retail activity receives a foreseeable general boost which, in turn, provides for an increase in purchase receipts. The amount of paper used to provide these receipts for the millions of transactions looks set to reduce...
When DPIA Is Required

When DPIA Is Required

DPC Publishes Finalised List of When DPIA is Required  Article 35 of the General Data Protection Regulations (the “GDPR”) requires a DPIA be carried out by a controller where the type of data processing, in particular using new technology, is likely to result in a...
GDPR and the Right to Data Portability

GDPR and the Right to Data Portability

The General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679 GDPR) introduces a new right of data portability (Art 20). This right provides for data subjects (individuals) to ‘receive the personal data that they have provided to a data controller, in a structured, commonly used...
To DPIA or not to DPIA?

To DPIA or not to DPIA?

An area of data protection receiving significant regulatory coverage currently is that of a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA). So what is a DPIA? A DPIA is a process designed to help you systematically analyse, identify and minimise the data protection risks of...
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