Claire Greaney quoted in Infosecurity Magazine on the Morrisons insider breach appeal
Claire Greaney has been quoted by Infosecurity Magazine on the Court of Appeal's decision in the Morrisons appeal into the actions of former employee Andrew Skelton. Read more below.
Data Protection post Brexit
In the lead up to the UK's exit from the European Union, what data protection risks should your business be thinking about?
International Data Transfers
The European Data Protection Board has adopted new recommendations on international personal data transfers .
Nick White writes for MCA on the data issues surrounding the rise of popularityy of
Privacy in the time of a Pandemic
As a result of Covid-19, the importance of privacy and compliance with data protection law has found itself in the spotlight.
SCHREMS II judgment: privacy shield invalidated and SCCs scrutinised
In a surprising and arguably bold judgment, the CJEU have invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield Privacy Shield mechanism.
What does the ICO’s recent guidance mean for the future of cookies?
New Data Protection Regime in Bahrain
Download our guide to the new Data Protection Regime in Bahrain.
Thumbs up – A company that embeds the Like button on its website can be considered a data controller jointly with Facebook
Companies that embed the Facebook “Like” button within their website pages can be considered as a joint data controller.
DSARs: paper files and proportionate searches
The High Court has made a number of important findings that have relevance to data subject access requests.
Freddie Law analyses how businesses need to consider their data protection policies, in preparation for the potential of a no-deal Brexit.
French DPA concludes its first investigation; fining Google LLC €50 million in the process
On 21 January 2019, the French Data Protection Authority imposed a financial penalty of €50 million on Google.
Broadcasters: big targets for hackers and cyber-criminals
Broadcasters were warned that they need to start having internal conversations about the scale of the cyber security threat they face.
GDPR: Next steps post-enforcement
With GDPR now in force, we give some useful tips for working towards compliance.
Charles Russell Speechlys promotes eight to Partner
A further four have been promoted to Legal Director and 22 to Senior Associate.
Delay to e-privacy regulation causes uncertainty
The Regulation will introduce more stringent privacy rules in respect of all electronic communications.
Charles Russell Speechlys launches new product to support retail start-ups
The Attention to Retail Toolkit aims to support start-ups and help them reduce the risk of something going wrong as their business grows.
Processing employee data under the GDPR
The new EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect in the UK from 25 May.
Data privacy: the challenges to AI development
Organisations must remain diligent as data protection awareness becomes increasingly relevant, and AI technology develops.
Brexit or No Brexit: what companies still need to do
Whilst the future impact of EU law is by no means certain, the assumption that there is little to be done is dangerous.
Uber data breach highlights notification obligations and GDPR impact
On 21 November 2017, it was reported that Uber had suffered a hack resulting in the unauthorised access of personal data.