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General Data Protection Regulation


Data Protection in a Security Context



Data Protection in a Security Context


The government announced its plans to write the EU General Data Protection Regulation into UK Law. The requirements of GDPR will be enforced in Britain under the new data protection bill, announced by Matt Hancock, the minister for digital in a statement of intent on 7th August … |More

GDPR vs DPA – How Europe’s New Data Protection Regime is Miles Ahead of Anything We’ve Seen Before



GDPR vs DPA – How Europe’s New Data Protection Regime is Miles Ahead of Anything We’ve Seen Before

We’ve had the Data Protection Act in the UK for a very long time now. The law was passed in 1998, consolidating earlier laws including the previous Data Protection Act 1984 and Access to Personal Files Act 1987, and at the time marked a big step forward … |More

GDPR and You, ‘Kay?



GDPR and You, ‘Kay?

It is little more than three months until March and the touted date for the UK to activate Article 50 to start the formal process of leaving the European Union. Uncertainty still prevails in the whole Brexit debate which is sure to maintain its spot of prominence … |More