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- Could a claimant seek disclosure of a reference which the former employer refuses to disclose on data protection grounds?
- Under the GDPR, would we need to obtain consent where anonymised unidentifiable data is passed on to third parties?
- Who needs to be PCI DSS compliant? Do network service providers (a wifi network service provider, for example) comply with the PCI DSS?
- In the context of the GDPR, is information on business cards personal data and are B2B businesses excluded from the GDPR?
- If a person were to film or photograph a member of the public outside of a council meeting in a council building/private building could they be removed from the building?
A review of the nature and scope of UK data protection laws including a discussion of the application of those laws in specific areas such as direct marketing.
Visit our Brexit landing page for a collection of content on the legal implications of the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation ((EU)2016/679) (GDPR) will apply in EU member states from May 2018. Practical Law has published a toolkit which contains key resources and guidance to assist organisations in preparing for and complying with the GDPR, including consideration of the impact of Brexit.
Practical information on topical cross-border data protection issues and country-specific Q&As on data protection law and practice.
- New materials published on Brexit
- Investigatory Powers Act 2016: draft codes of practice published for public consultation
- Law Commission consultation on protection of official data
- Article 29 Working Party publishes Privacy Shield complaint documentation
- Court of Appeal overturns High Court decision and orders subject access compliance
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