Writing an employee privacy notice but wondering what the difference is between personal and personnel data? Don't worry, our Employment team are here to help!
Breaking news this week, as Meta incurs a €390 Million fine for breach of EU data protection rules. We explain how the case could impact UK advertisers.
Cookies serve a range of purposes, but if handled poorly, they can get you in hot water. We explore the basics of cookies, and what to look out for.
Email is a remarkably useful tool for marketing, and yet - it has it's rules. We discuss PECR, GDPR, and the risks of email marketing.
EasyLife has made the headlines today, with two fines from the ICO for £1.35 million and £130K respectively. But how did this happen?
The GDPR sets out to protect the rights of individuals, but non-compliance comes at a great cost. We cover the basics with our GDPR guide.
The digital information bill has finally landed, but what are its implications for the data protection world?
In the business of sending people's information abroad? You'll need to adhere to the international data transfers agreement...
Data Subject Access Requests (or DSARs) are when an individual that you process data about contacts your business requesting...
When it comes to moving personal data between countries, there's a lot to consider. We tackle international data transfers and how to handle them.
Doesn’t it feel like the best days of the year all come at once? Christmas, New Year, Data Protection Day…
The EU data protection regulators, in this case, the French supervisory authority CNIL, have locked horns with Google and Facebook for cookie consent issues.
We discuss Grindr's recent run-in with the law, for selling personal data without consent. Our data protection experts discuss the issues facing the app.
International tech giant Google came under fire this week, at the hands of the former director of Which. We explain the details of this history-making case.
Farewill provides end of life services, such as will writing and probate support. We take a look at how we helped Farewell with their data sharing approach.
As smart doorbells grow in popularity, new concerns have arisen surrounding privacy. And according to a judgement, changes may be coming.
On 05 October 2021 the UK Information Commissioner (ICO) confirmed that the new Data Sharing Code of Practice has come into force. But what does this mean?
If you use Google to support your business (who doesn’t?!) you’ve probably received a notification from them...
Sainsbury's has come under fire this week, having recently breached the rules of PECR. Our data protection team explains what it means for the supermarket.
Previously we did a deep dive on the new set of standard contractual clauses set out by the EU. There, we explained...
The data protection world is very excited – the EU has just published a set of new standard contractual clauses (SCCs)...
The data protection world has a series of unique roles, from data protection officers to representatives. We break down what they mean in simple terms.
HealthTechs face a unique set of challenges when it comes to data protection. We outline the top 5 data protection issues facing HealthTechs today.
Autumn 2020 has been a busy period on the enforcement front for the ICO. We discuss the data protection penalty notices now facing British Airways.
TikTok has dominated headlines, raising privacy concerns in the process. We explain how tiktok is evolving to meet international privacy obligations.
What happens to personal data after someone dies? We tackle one of the most interesting data protection issues to face the modern digital world.
Max Schrems sits down next to me as the Q&A at the Data Protection conference starts. I have positioned myself in the far corner of the...
There has been much anticipation in the privacy world for the “Schrems II” judgement. We discuss the future of international personal data transfers.
Third-party cookies are almost as old as the web itself. And yet, they're facing their demise. We explain the pros of the death of third-party cookies.
On 1 October 2019, Europe’s highest court handed down its judgment on a series of questions referred to...
Have you been hit with a DSAR? We explain how to deal with a data subject access request and the rights that come with them.
There’s much in the press at the moment about the use of facial recognition technology by the police and other law enforcement...