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On 2nd September 2021, the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) announced a decision to fine WhatsApp €225 million. The DPC concluded that WhatsApp failed to: provide required privacy information to WhatsApp users (as ...
In September, the UK’s Department for Digital, Media, Culture & Sport (DCMS) released a consultation document about the future of data protection law in the UK.
The consultation proposes a raft of changes to the UK’s ...
Welcome to the latest edition of our newsletter covering developments from late February and March.
On 13th November 2020, the UK Information Commissioner fined Ticketmaster £1.25 Million for a personal data breach involving skimming credit card data from its website.
Even with the greatest caution, it can happen: If a personal data breach occurs, controllers and processors must comply with breach obligations in very short periods of time. The new draft guidelines of the European ...
Welcome to the November edition of our UK & EU Data Protection Bulletin.
Welcome to this month's data protection newsletter where we have highlighted recent developments over the summer months. It's been a busy period for cases and new guidance!
In February 2020, the European Commission published its European Strategy for Data which set out the Commission’s vision for a single market for data across the EU, to provide access to high quality data sets and enable ...
Welcome to this month's data protection newsletter where we focus on developments between November and January.
The CJEU's other 'right to be forgotten' decision in GC v CNIL has not received much attention, but may in fact have a real impact on companies that may be inadvertently processing European criminal conviction data in ...