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This article explores whether competition law can give companies a right of access to another company’s data. Three short case studies illustrate how the described principles work in practice.
Welcome to your monthly newsletter from Bird & Bird's UK Data Protection team. The newsletter focuses on hot topics and legal developments impacting on various aspects of the sector.
The ICO has released its new code on age-appropriate design. It imposes strict rules on information society service providers whose services are likely to be accessed by children
The CJEU has considered two further right to be forgotten cases. The first is on territorial scope of the right to be forgotten. Here, the CJEU concluded that de-listing requests should be implemented across the EU, not ...
In this edition, we discuss several interesting UK cases including a case touching on whether the implication of criminality is sufficient to amount to sensitive personal data (under the old Data Protection Act 1998) as ...
Welcome to the May edition of our UK & EU Data Protection update focused on recent developments in March and April.
Welcome to this month’s EU & UK Data Protection Bulletin covering developments from September and October. We have had a flurry of important enforcement decisions, guidance and cases in the last few weeks which we have ...
With a Brexit trade deal now having been agreed, a number of data protection compliance actions must be considered by organisations, including whether the appointment of an article 27 representative in the UK and/or the ...
On 11th August 2021, the United Kingdom Information Commissioner launched a consultation on data transfers. The consultation is relevant to anyone who transfers personal data from the UK, or who provides services to UK ...