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COVID-19 vaccines and the workplace
Returning to the office? Find out what the data protection implications are for collecting employee vaccination data?
UK Children’s Commissioner issues lawsuit against Tiktok
A former children’s commissioner has filed a class action lawsuit against popular video sharing app TikTok over how the app collects and uses children’s personal data
The European Data Protection Board issues opinions on the draft UK adequacy decisions
Following a plenary session held on 13 April 2021, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has issued opinions on the draft UK adequacy decisions …
ICO fines hotel group for data breach
A global hotel group has been fined after a four year old data breach was identified, even though the business was in different hands when the cyber-attack originally occurred. Here’s how historic breaches can bite.
Changes to how hospitality businesses should collect data
If you’re in hospitality, sport, leisure or tourism there are new requirements for collecting visitor’s personal data. Here’s a really quick update to explain what’s now required by law.
Will the internet ever be childproof?
How safe are children on line? The ICO’s new code seeks to improve experiences and protect under 18s.
Navigating data protection during Covid-19
The ICO has created a new information hub on its website for data protection matters relating to Coronavirus.
Processing personal data: COVID-19 guidance
What are the guidelines to processing personal data amid the COVID-19 outbreak?
Au revoir GDPR?
What does leaving Europe mean for GDPR – an EU law? Data protection expert Gillian Scribbins examines the effects of Brexit on data protection.
ICO fines – this time it’s personal
Data protection expert Gillian Scribbins, explains how company directors can now be held personally liable for marketing malpractice.