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March 2017
Volume 17, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • EU-US Privacy Shield threatened with suspension
  • UK data protection future—talks begin
  • Microsoft attracts attention of EU DPAs with Windows 10 privacy settings
  • UK regulator consults on new guidance on consent
  • Australia passes data breach notification law
  • Supreme Court in Japan rules on right to be forgotten
  • UK government launches Digital Strategy

Articles

  • GDPR series: practicalities of managing the controller - processor relationship - Jenai Nissim, TLT LLP
  • GDPR series: preparing for One Stop Shop - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams
  • GDPR series: fining powers of the supervisory authority - Curtis McCluskey, Reed Smith
 

January/February 2017
Volume 17, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • Denham: accountability is key to GDPR compliance
  • Trump Order prompts panic that Privacy Shield will be invalidated
  • Article 29 Working Party releases GDPR action plan for 2017
  • Supreme Court rules that Parliament must have Brexit vote
  • US Court of Appeals refuses to rehear Microsoft warrant case
  • UK regulator issues eleven charities with Notice of Intent to fine
  • Direct marketing complaints on rise in Hong Kong

Articles

  • GDPR series: the new right to data portability - Nicola Fulford & Krysia Oastler, Kemp Little LLP
  • GDPR series: building a compliance programme - James Clark, DLA Piper
  • GDPR series: accountability - a blueprint for GDPR compliance - Kate Brimsted, Reed Smith
  • The right to be forgotten - a decision from the Irish Circuit Court - Gavin Woods & Gemma O’Farrell, Arthur Cox
 

December 2016
Volume 17, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • Yahoo admits to second staggering data breach
  • New e-Privacy rules leaked
  • ICO appoints new Deputy Commissioner
  • Commission issues further information on so-called Umbrella Agreement
  • New class action mechanism for data protection in France is wide in scope
  • New data protection law imminent in Spain

Articles

  • Directors’ liability - the direction of travel - Dyann Heward-Mills, Baker Mckenzie
  • GDPR series: the risks with data profiling - Ann Bevitt & Laura Dietschy, Cooley (UK) LLP
  • The UK Investigatory Powers Act - what it means for your business - Graham Smith, Bird & Bird
  • GDPR series: personal data - an expanding concept? - Davinia Brennan, A&L Goodbody
  • The new cyber security law in China - Carolyn Bigg, PDP’s Asia correspondent & Of Counsel, DLA Piper Hong Kong
 

October/November 2016
Volume 17, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • EU DPAs demand answers from Yahoo and Whatsapp
  • UK government confirms that GDPR will be implemented
  • UK regulator issues record fine against TalkTalk
  • FTC publishes new guide on handling data breaches
  • Commission proposes changes to data transfer mechanisms
  • Legal challenge to Privacy Shield

Articles

  • GDPR series: How to operationalise profiling for your organisation - Samantha Sayers & James Drury-Smith - PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal LLP
  • The ICO’s new Privacy Notices Code of Practice - a review - Peter Given, & Matt Harris, Bond Dickinson
  • Witness the fitness (to Practice): mixed personal data and Section 7 DPA - Christopher Knight, 11KBW
  • Ireland’s Data Protection Bill - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox
  • Profile of an Information Commissioner: Elizabeth Denham - Polly Ralph (Barrister), PwC UK
  • Book Review - Data Protection & Privacy - jurisdictional comparisons - Monica Salgado, PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal LLP
 

September 2016
Volume 16, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • Working Party wants e-Privacy framework harmonised with GDPR
  • Privacy Shield - initial take up slow
  • German regulator threatens legal challenge against EU-US Privacy Shield
  • WhatsApp announces intention to share data with Facebook
  • Mandatory breach notification on agenda once again in Australia
  • US announces new cyber response framework
  • Latest enforcement actions in UK

Articles

  • The future under the e-Privacy Directive - Yuli Takatsuki, Fieldfisher (Silicon Valley)
  • People, processes, technology - a how to guide to data mapping - Nicola Fulford & Krysia Oastler, Kemp Little LLP
  • Pulling back the curtain on targeted social media advertising - Alison Deighton, TLT LLP
  • The role of the DPO - what you need to know - Anita Bapat & James Henderson, Hunton & Williams
 

July/August 2016
Volume 16, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • There's no getting around it: new UK law will be closely aligned with GDPR
  • Privacy Shield passed - but is it Schrems proof?
  • Christopher Graham launches his last Annual Report
  • Bavarian DPA publishes guidance on GDPR
  • CNIL launches consultation on GDPR
  • EU Council adopts NIS Directive
  • New rules on trust service providers incoming in UK

Articles

  • The Privacy Shield explained - Part 3 - Eduardo Ustaran, Hogan Lovells
  • A practical guide to impact assessments - Nicola Fulford & Krysia Oastler, Kemp Little LLP
  • Brexit and the future of data protection - Anya Proops QC - 11KBW
  • How to build a GDPR programme - a multidisciplinary approach - Monica Salgado - PWC Legal LLP
 

June 2016
Volume 16, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • Data Protection Regulation: the countdown begins
  • Model Clauses to get ‘Schrem’d’
  • So long; farewell: from Christopher Graham
  • US and EU sign Umbrella Agreement
  • EDPS issues Annual Report
  • EU Council adopts NIS Directive
  • New UK Digital Economy Bill

Articles

  • The Privacy Shield explained - Part 2 - Eduardo Ustaran, Hogan Lovells
  • The REFIT of the e-Privacy Directive - what can we expect? - Mark Webber, Fieldfisher (Silicon Valley) LLP
  • Data protection clauses in contracts - adapting to the GDPR - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox
  • Preparing for the GDPR - advice for employers - Ann Bevitt & Chris Stack, Cooley (UK) LLP
  • SBrexit - a data protection perspective - James Mullock, Bird & Bird
 

April/May 2016
Volume 16, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • ‘Let’s just put this to bed’: UK Commissioner on Privacy Shield
  • Law change in UK means nuisance callers may soon be thing of the past
  • ICO updates guidance on direct marketing
  • European Parliament adopts Data Protection Regulation
  • Parliamentary Committee approves Denham appointment
  • New compounding of data privacy offences regulations in Malaysia
  • German DPAs make resolution on healthcare apps

Articles

  • The Privacy Shield explained - Part 1 - Eduardo Ustaran, Hogan Lovells
  • Shifts in the key conditions for processing - James Clark, DLA Piper
  • Dual certification: a tale of two frameworks - Daniel Cooper, Covington & Burling LLP
  • The European Data Protection Board - more than a mere rebranding exercise - Bridget Treacy, & Adam Smith, Hunton & Williams
  • Sanctions under the GDPR - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox
  • The right to be forgotten: the Asian experience - Carolyn Bigg, DLA Piper Hong Kong
 

March 2016
Volume 16, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • Schrems says Privacy Shield is ‘lipstick on a pig’
  • Judicial Redress Act becomes reality
  • Working Party begins grappling with GDPR implementation
  • Data protection issues source of landmark anti-competition probe in Germany
  • The impact of a ‘leave’ vote in the EU remains unclear
  • Apple and FBI go head to head in court battle over gunman’s iPhone
  • UK continues war on nuisance callers and issues largest ever fine

Articles

  • Monitoring employees’ emails - how far is too far? - Davinia Brennan, A&L Goodbody
  • The EU-US Privacy Shield - is it strong enough? - Alison Deighton, TLT LLP
  • The GDPR’s impact on the cloud service provider as a processor - Mark Webber, Fieldfisher (Silicon Valley)
  • ICO’s guidance on Wi-Fi location analytics - things you need to know - Lorna Cropper & Brian Davidson, Fieldfisher
 

January/February 2016
Volume 16, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • After four years of waiting, language of reform agreed
  • President signs federal Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act into law
  • EDPS begins year on intentional note
  • Government should be championing encryption, says Commissioner
  • UK government announces new rules to crack down on nuisance calls

Articles

  • EU General Data Protection Regulation: things you should know - Eduardo Ustaran, Hogan Lovells International LLP
  • The right to be forgotten - under spotlight - Rosemary Jay & Stuart Taylor, Fieldfisher
  • The NIS Directive - a practical perspective - Mark Webber & Stuart Taylor, Fieldfisher
  • Seven key data protection New Year’s Resolutions companies should be making - Ann Bevitt & Amy Collins, Cooley (UK) LLP
  • Just how fair will processing notices need to be under the GDPR? - Suzanne Rodway, RBS
 

December 2015
Volume 16, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • UK regulator hones in on nuisance callers, issuing fine after fine
  • Freedom of Member States to legislate on data retention to be clarified
  • CJEU rules on unfair processing
  • Proposed powers to monitor bank accounts in France
  • Belgian court makes ground - breaking order to Facebook
  • Tracking shop customers using wifi signals breaks privacy rules, says CPB

Articles

  • FTC v Wyndham: a sea change in regulating cyber security practices - Kurt Wimmer & Caleb Skeath, Covington & Burling LLP
  • Safe Harbor - is the EU guilty of double standards? - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox
  • What Weltimmo said - the future of enforcement in the EU - Christopher Knight, 11 KBW
  • Asset deals and customer data in Germany - a warning for other Member States? - Silvia C. Bauer, Luther law firm (Germany)
  • Cyber risk and cyber security - current state of play - Annette Hogan, McCann Fitzgerald
  • 2015 in review - key events and trends - Monica Salagdo, PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal LLP
 

October/November 2015
Volume 16, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Safe Harbor invalid; Model Clauses and BCRs still stand
  • European Court rules on which regulators can fine companies
  • Significant progress on draft law enforcement Directive
  • California passes sweeping new digital privacy law
  • UK regulator issues largest ever nuisance calls fine
  • Facebook goes on EU ‘privacy offensive’

Articles

  • The demise of the US-EU Safe Harbor - Bridget Treacy & James Henderson, Hunton & Williams
  • The Taylor Wessing case - uncertainty over subject access? - Davinia Brennan, A&a;L Goodbody (Dublin)
  • Protecting children’s data - guidance for UK data controllers - Samantha Sayers & Olivier Proust, Of Counsel, Fieldfisher
  • Monetising personal data whilst staying compliant - an impossible conundrum? - Monica Salagdo, PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal LLP
 

September 2015
Volume 15, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • ‘Don’t weaken purpose limitation’, say German regulators
  • US gives FTC go ahead to monitor cyber security data breach
  • Russian regulator gives its interpretation of new law
  • Latest qualified professionals announced
  • Ashley Madison hackers continue to dump data
  • Target and Visa reach new deal on data breach settlement
  • Google incursions
  • German DPA fines two companies for unlawful transfer of customer data
  • FTC reaches settlement with 13 companies over Safe Harbor misrepresentations

Articles

  • Connected cars: an approach to dealing with the privacy risks - Samantha Sayers & Sabba Mahmood, Fieldfisher
  • New Working Party Opinion on drones - a flight plan for data controllers? - Matt Harris & Peter Given, Bond Dickinson
  • Data retention by telcos and ISPs - what now? - Georgina Lawrence, Fieldfisher
  • Changes to Russian data protection law - Elena Polevaya, Baker Botts LLP
 

July/August 2015
Volume 15, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • ICO’s latest Annual Report shows fewer fines, but higher accuracy
  • Landmark case means online news sites need to proactively monitor content
  • Home Office not disclosing breaches
  • European Official makes significant Opinion on nature of ‘an establishment’
  • Working Party updates guidance on BCRs for processors
  • Albrecht says agreement on Regulation by end of 2015 feasible
  • French data protection regulator warns websites on cookie use
  • Working Party says manufactures should be helping drone operators to comply

Articles

  • Does the US need an EU-style data protection law? - Randy Sabett & Ann Bevitt, Cooley LLP (US & UK)
  • Nuisance calls and text messages - lower threshold, higher risk to UK companies - Neelum Dass, Bristows LLP
  • Wearable technology and the corporate wellness strategy - Katie McMullan, Hogan Lovells International LLP
  • Misuse of information — the floodgates open - Stephanie Pritchett & Ben Wootton, Pritchetts Law
  • Data protection in Japan - proposed changes to the law - Alexander Shepherd & Sarina Keung, Simmons & Simmons
 

June 2015
Volume 15, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • Graham — “we are going to need to do things differently”
  • New US-EU data transfer agreement imminent
  • US government human resources office hacked
  • Mandatory data breach notification introduced in the Netherlands
  • UK police bodies still falling short on records management
  • UK police force fined £160,000
  • US law limits snooping, just as UK gears up to make its spies more powerful

Articles

  • ICO’s approach to cyber security - identifying trends and mitigating risk - Samantha Sayers & Sabba Mahmood, Fieldfisher Waterhouse
  • Data sharing agreements - avoiding common pitfalls - Heledd Lloyd-Jones, Blake Morgan LLP
  • Cross device profiling - ensuring compliance - Bridget Treacy & James Henderson, Hunton & Williams
  • Internet of Things - where are we now? - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox
 

April/May 2015
Volume 15, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • CNIL makes it easier for company groups to transfer data abroad
  • Google decision leaves data controllers ‘exposed and vulnerable’
  • Australia: controversial metadata law passed and Commissioner enforces new data retention rules
  • GPEN releases first ever annual report
  • Japan to update its data protection law
  • Latest fines in the UK
  • China introduces new protections for consumer personal information
  • New cybersecurity agency in Singapore

Articles

  • The EU cookie compliance sweep - lessons to be learned - Katie McMullan, Hogan Lovells
  • Sensitive personal data - current and future - Ann Bevitt, Cooley (UK) LLP
  • Avoiding and dealing with Monetary Penalty Notices - Samantha Sayers & Antonis Patrikios, Fieldfisher
  • Data privacy and cyber risk in M&As - are you prepared? - Davinia Brennan, A&L Goodbody
 

March 2015
Volume 15, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • UK regulator’s powers to audit expanded — NHS bodies watch out
  • UK government consults on interceptions following landmark ruling
  • Germany approves new data bill with far reaching rights for consumers
  • ‘Don’t read too much into drafts’, says UK regulator
  • Proposed new data protection and cybersecurity laws in Thailand
  • Details of Australia’s proposed data retention law announced
  • Working Party uncovers results of cookie sweep

Articles

  • Data protection and surveillance technologies Part 2 – Body Worn Video - Bathilde Waquet, Bristows LLP
  • Human resources - the big data late-adopter? - Ann Bevitt, Cooley (UK) LLP
  • Harmonisation of opinions on Model Clauses - mission accomplished? - Sabba Mahmood & Olivier Proust, Fieldfisher
  • Ryneš and the household exemption - where does it leave us? - Matt Harris & Peter Given, Bond Dickinson LLP
  • Book Review 'Data Protection and Privacy: Jurisdictional Comparisons' (2nd Ed.) - Stephanie Pritchett, Pritchetts
 

January/February 2015
Volume 15, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • DPA disgruntled after internet giants ride roughshod over privacy concerns
  • Council’s latest draft of new law leaked
  • German DPA imposes 1.3 million euro fine on insurance company
  • Boiler insurance firm fined £90,000 in UK
  • Council commits to following ICO Code on surveillance
  • Dublin start-up aims to remove posts and pictures from the web
  • Eye care firm gets Enforcement Notice over nuisance calls
  • Government seeks to amend PECR to enable a public emergency alert system

Articles

  • Privacy notices - clarity and effectiveness - Olivia Whitcroft, OBEP
  • Data protection and surveillance technologies Part 1 - ANPR - Faye Harrison, Bristows LLP
  • PECR lives! Nuisance calls in a post-Niebel world - Christopher Knight, 11KBW
  • Data protection reform - update - Ashley Roughton, Barrister
 

December 2014
Volume 15, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • Working Party issues definitive guidance on take down requests
  • CJEU makes waves again — this time, CCTV use and household exemption
  • Giovanni Buttarelli confirmed as next EDPS
  • Hong Kong banking regulator reminds banks of their customer data protection responsibilities
  • Pharmacist prosecuted in UK for unlawful access
  • Enforced subject access request ban - delayed in UK
  • EU Presidency reformulates one stop shop
  • Pharmacist prosecuted in UK for unlawful access

Articles

  • Scrapping Safe Harbor: European scare mongering or a real possibility? - Bridget Treacy & Anita Bapat, Hunton & Williams
  • Privacy issues and drones: preparing for take-off - Matt Harris & Peter Given, Bond Dickinson LLP
  • Enforced Subject Access - is it finally the end? - Alexander de Gaye & Sabba Mahmood, FieldFisher
  • Right to be forgotten - guidance at last? - Monica Salgado, Visa Europe
 

October/November 2014
Volume 15, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Nuisance calls firms to face more fines in UK
  • DPAs resolve on global enforcement for data breaches
  • ICO publishes revised CCTV Code
  • Committee selects Giovanni Buttarelli as new EDPS
  • MPs investigate financial system’s cyber weaknesses
  • Introduction of jail time for data protection breaches receives further setback in UK
  • UK data protection fees to remain
  • Advances in APEC data privacy schemes and joint referral scheme with EU

Articles

  • Getting the UK regulator’s seal of approval - value added? - Samantha Sayers & Sabba Mahmood at Fieldfisher
  • Stop Press! The ICO’s new guide for the media - Hanna Crowther, Bristows LLP
  • Internet of Things revisited - Monica Salgado, Registered European Lawyer
  • Hong Kong - guidance for the banking industry - Alexander Shepherd & Carolyn Bigg
 

September 2014
Volume 14, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • Emergency data retention law to be challenged
  • UK regulator takes on Big Data
  • EU data protection proposals would kill fundraisers’ mailing lists, says report
  • Singapore courts hand down fines for first prosecutions
  • No ‘high assurance’ ratings in latest audits
  • CNIL to increase scrutiny of cookie law compliance
  • Latest Annual Report shows unsolicited marketing still a ‘major concern’
  • Massive personal data theft in Japan

Articles

  • ICO’s Big Data Report - guidance for DPOs - Samantha Sayers & Brian Davidson, Fieldfisher Waterhouse
  • Google and the ‘right to be forgotten’ - setting the record straight - Ashley Roughton, Barrister
  • The wider effect of the ‘right to be forgotten’ case - Eduardo Ustaran, Hogan Lovells
  • Canada’s anti-spam legislation - a high bar? - Sylvia Kingsmill, Deloitte (Canada)
  • CJEU judgment on personal data and SARs - what does it mean? - Monica Salgado, Speechly Birchams
 

July/August 2014
Volume 14, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • Working Party ‘sets record straight’ on risk-based approach
  • Enforced subject access requests to be illegal in UK by December
  • EU citizens to get right to sue in US for wrongful disclosure
  • EU authorities to coordinate regarding ‘take down’ requests
  • Major provisions of Singapore law now in force
  • Brazil’s Internet law enters into force

Articles

  • Anonymisation - a process living on borrowed time? - Kate Brimsted, Reed Smith LLP (with Katalina
    Chin contributing)
  • CCTV - updates for the 21st Century - Hannah Crowther, Bristows LLP
  • Draft ad hoc contractual clauses for EU data processor to non-EU sub-processor - consensus at last? - Dominika Kupczyk, Fieldfisher
  • Data retention - what now? - Monica Salgado, Speechly Bircham
  • Singapore’s data protection law - the key components - Carolyn Bigg, Simmons & Simmons
 

June 2014
Volume 14, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • Regulators left in quandary as ECJ creates right to be forgotten
  • UK regulator consults on new CCTV Code
  • Regulator publishes in depth guidance on IT security
  • Update on DP reform
  • Clinical trials Regulation more thoughtful of data protection
  • Laws on legal communications ‘need to catch up with digital age’
  • More stringent data protection rules for ICSPs in South Korea

Articles

  • ‘Legitimate interests’ - clarifying the scope - Samantha Sayers, Fieldfisher Waterhouse
  • Microsoft and the US court - complying with US search warrants - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox
  • Parental photography at school events: going beyond the exemption in section 36 - Claire Bessant, Nortumbria University
  • Largest fine ever in Europe - what can we learn? - Monica Salgado, Speechly Bircham
  • New data protection law in Brazil - Monica Salgado, Speechly Bircham
  • Monetary Penalties imposed by the ICO - Resource List produced by PDP Journals
 

April/May 2014
Volume 14, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • Uncertainty for EU ISPs as Court declares retention law invalid
  • CNIL gets new inspection powers affecting all companies selling goods to French
  • UK hospital promises to improve staff training
  • Survey of SMEs reveals compliance motivations
  • Home improvement company receives £50,000 fine
  • New Opinion on breach notification
  • Safe Harbor here to stay

Articles

  • Apps and privacy Part 3: appropriate security and retention - Olivia Whitcroft, OBEP
  • The draft Data Protection Regulation: can we start counting our chickens? - Hannah Crowther, Bristows
  • Data protection - a contextual approach to regulation - Steve Lorber, Lewis Silkin LLP
 

March 2014
Volume 14, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • EU DPAs and APEC team up to produce checklist on data transfers
  • New plans for UK patient data shelved following privacy backlash
  • New Opinion on data protection and law enforcement
  • Subject Access Code of Practice updated in UK, and enforced subject access to be outlawed
  • Privacy groups challenge Facebook’s WhatsApp purchase
  • Parliament approves Regulation
  • UK regulator publishes PIA Code

Articles

  • Apps and privacy Part 2: playing a part - Olivia Whitcroft, OBEP
  • Data Protection Authorities versus Google - latest developments and practical implications - Monica Salgado, Speechly Bircham LLP
  • Reporting data breaches to the ICO - is honesty really the best policy? - Cynthia O’Donoghue, Reed Smith
  • Care.data - why should we care? - Stephanie Pritchett, Pritchetts Law
 

January/February 2014
Volume 14, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • Reding rallies troops to power forward with reform
  • LIBE recommends close down of US/EU data flows and that UK cleans up its act
  • European Data Protection Day — celebrations
  • Google — fined by the Spanish and French authorities, and sued in the UK
  • Safe Harbor misrepresentation discovered
  • EDPS post to be vacant?

Articles

  • Apps and privacy: App-lying the rules and App-easing the users - Olivia Whitcroft, OBEP
  • Kelway: applying a blunt sword to the ‘personal data’ Gordian knot? - Kate Brimsted, Reed Smith
  • Is Safe Harbor really dead in the water? - Katie McMullan & Samantha Sayers, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • Share and share alike - attitudes towards data sharing in the UK public sector - Marion Oswald, University of Winchester
 

December 2013
Volume 14, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • Reform stunted as key advisor casts doubt over one stop shop
  • UK regulator debates its future as funding crunch gets closer
  • Germany appoints a new Federal Commissioner
  • Public authorities can charge to deal with subject access requests, EU court rules
  • China’s law amendments widen data protection
  • Sex club loses privacy battle in UK
  • Apps must respect privacy over data, says UK regulator

Articles

  • The right to be forgotten - the debate continues - Nick Graham & Alexandra Cooper, Dentons
  • Looking outside the Prism: how safe are data transfers? - Gail Crawford & Fiona Maclean, Latham & Watkins
  • DPOs - top ten tips for making better appointments - Monica Salgado, Speechly Bircham LLP
  • The ‘Internet of Things’ - already in a home near you? - Bridget Treacy, & Anita Bapat, Hunton & Williams
  • Data protection in Gibraltar - Michael Nahon, Hassans in Gibraltar
 

October/November 2013
Volume 14, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • LIBE approves Compromise Text; ball now with Member States
  • Working Party gives new guidance on cookie consent
  • Spammer successfully appeals against ICO fine
  • Parliament resolves to suspend deal transferring payments data from the EU to US
  • US spying on German Chancellor threatens major diplomatic spat
  • Adobe in source code and customer data security breach

Articles

  • The path to a new EU data protection framework - Eduardo Ustaran, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • New rules on breach notification by telecoms and ISPs - clarity at last? - Davinia Brennan
  • Augmented reality - a leap into a new world - Olivia Whitcroft, OBEP
  • Employees’ use of social media - navigating the potential pitfalls - Ann Bevitt
  • Ireland’s direct marketing laws - a burden on businesses? - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox
 

September 2013
Volume 13, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • Working Party asks - is ‘Safe Harbor’ still safe?
  • New breach reporting rules for ISPs and telecoms - now in force
  • South Africa passes Data Protection Bill
  • New Code of Practice on SARs in UK
  • UK regulator consults on PIA Code of Practice
  • Irish regulator to audit Apple

Articles

  • PIAs and privacy by design - using them to your advantage - Monica Salgado, Speechly Bircham
  • ICO’s new Subject Access Code - a toolkit for compliance - Sian Rudgard & Brian Davidson, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • Cross regulatory challenges - strategies for UK police bodies - Scott Nicholson, IBM
  • Ireland and the US find common ground - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox
 

July/August 2013
Volume 13, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • Privacy regulators enforce data protection law against Google
  • Fall out from PRISM continues
  • UK government to consult on introducing custodial penalties for breaches of the DPA
  • Working Party takes ‘middle ground’ on profiling
  • Italian DPA orders Facebook to clarify processing
  • GlaxoSmithKline gets BCRs approval
  • ICO fines cold-calling company £225,000

Articles

  • Risk, Accountability, and Binding Corporate Codes: a ‘smarter’ approach to data protection - Richard Thomas CBE (former UK Information Commissioner), Centre for Information Policy Leadership
  • Social media - challenges in the control of information - Olivia Whitcroft, OBEP
  • Monetary Penalty Notices - a one stop shop to avoidance - Helen Rose, Bristows
 

June 2013
Volume 13, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • Frenzied lobbying continues as Regulation nears finality
  • EU demands that light is thrown on Prism
  • Latest fines in UK — lack of staff training largely at fault
  • Working Party takes ‘middle ground’ on profiling
  • New guidance on social networking and online forums in UK
  • New Opinion on smart grid and smart metering systems
  • Sweden’s DPA bans Google cloud services

Articles

  • EU v US data protection - exploring the similarities - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox
  • Aligning corporate ethics compliance programs with data protection - Karin Retzer, Morrison Foerster
  • Data on smart devices - are data subjects being protected? - Colin Rooney, Arthur Cox
  • Purpose limitation - clarity at last? - Bridget Treacy & Anita Bapat, Hunton & Williams
  • China takes a giant step forward in data privacy - Scott Thiel, Arthur Cheuk & Belinda Tang, DLA Piper
 

April/May 2013
Volume 13, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • ‘Purpose limitation’ analysed in depth by Working Party
  • The latest on data protection reform
  • New Opinion on mobile apps
  • Six EU DPAs form taskforce to deal with social network
  • Google fined by German DPA
  • Payment security standards to mandate sharing of risk info?

Articles

  • Did ‘mission impossible’ just become mission (almost) impossible? ICO’s draft code on subject access - Kate Brimstead, Herbert Smith
  • Joining the dots - intelligence and proportionality - Marion Oswald, University of Winchester
  • The expanded role of the DPO - Lisa Jackson, Leman Solicitors
  • South Africa introduces data protection law - Pamela Stein, Webber Wentzel
 

March 2013
Volume 13, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • Europe and US divide once again over cyber security
  • EU’s new mass data storage plans arouse suspicion of MEP
  • Google to appear before European regulators this Summer?
  • UK regulator publishes new analysis paper on Regulation
  • Denmark government postpones revision of data retention law
  • Guernsey census data protection a ‘priority’

Articles

  • Making it personnel - unlawful practices by HR departments - Stephanie Pritchett, Pritchetts
  • Bring Your Own Device - protecting data on the move - Olivia Whitcroft, OBEP
  • Leveson’s data protection proposals - Part 2 - Robin Hopkins, 11KBW
 

January/February 2013
Volume 13, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • ‘Stricter and tougher to navigate’ - LIBE Committee’s proposals
  • EU proposes ban on BCRs and model clauses for cloud computing
  • Dutch and Canadian regulators’ landmark collaboration
  • China adopts data protection rules
  • Singapore data protection law now in force
  • New Zealand given adequacy status
  • UK regulator approves American Express BCRs

Articles

  • The new right to data portability - Anita Bapat, Hunton & Williams
  • Things to do to prepare for the new Regulation - Colin Rooney, Arthur Cox
  • EU data protection proposals - implications for employment - Steven Lorber, Lewis Silkin
  • Consent - the silver bullet? - Victoria Hordern, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • ICO’s audits - lessons to be learned - Sue Gold, Osborne Clarke
 

December 2012
Volume 13, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • Regulator derides public sector for unacceptable data losses
  • Report recommends tightening data protection law to protect privacy
  • EU privacy watchdogs begin probe of Microsoft
  • Anonymisation need not guarantee a person’ privacy, says regulator
  • SpongeBob app disappears following privacy criticism

Articles

  • Data anonymisation and managing risk - the ICO’s new code - Marion Oswald University of Winchester
  • What can we learn from the Google experience? - Gail Crawford & Fiona Maclean, Latham & Watkins
  • Leveson’s data protection proposals - Part 1 - Rachel Kamm, 11KBW
  • Potential pitfalls of the draft Regulation - Monika Kuschewsky, Van Bael & Bellis
 

October/November 2012
Volume 13, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Clouds on the horizon as they move up regulatory agenda
  • Working Party makes it personal in latest Opinion
  • Medical loophole in draft Regulation?
  • Regulator launches complaints assistant
  • UK’s new Surveillance Commissioner - UK could be violating human rights
  • ODPC concludes second privacy audit of Facebook
  • ICO faces raft of appeals over fines and other enforcement actions

Articles

  • The changing face of cloud computing and data protection - Monika Kuschewsky, Van Bael & Bellis
  • BCRs under the Regulation - reasons to be cheerful? - Sian Rudgard, Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP
  • Foreign account tax compliance provisions, data protection and other ‘local law’ issues - Richard Jones & David Moldenhauer, Clifford Chance
  • Midata and the unstoppable rise of the personal data services provider - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith Feehills LLP
 

September 2012
Volume 12, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • EU privacy chief erupts over asylum seekers database
  • Compliance can be suspended for data put ‘beyond use’
  • Body fined £250,000 for failing to have data processor contract
  • Massive Apple data breach
  • New data protection law imminent in Singapore
  • Campaign group calls for schools to come clean about CCTV in toilets
  • Injunction sought over topless Kate photos

Articles

  • Guidance on exemptions to cookie consent - Simon Elliott, SNR Denton
  • Monetary penalties - lessons learned - Peter Given, Bond Pearce LLP
  • Should what happens in Vegas stay in Vegas? - Penelope Jarvis, Eversheds
  • Data Protection in Brazil - Evy Cynthia Marques, Santos Neto & Montgomery
 

July / August 2012
Volume 12, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • Safe Habor not safe enough, says Working Party
  • New call for evidence on Regulation
  • Working Party endorses Binding Corporate Rules for Processors
  • Leaked document shows revisions to Regulation
  • Irish and French regulators give new guidance on cloud computing
  • Annual Report shows massive increase in unsolicited marketing
  • Citigroup gets BCR approval

Articles

  • Challenging times ahead for data processors - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams
  • Clarifying the scope of personal data - Damien Welfare, Cornerstone Barristers
  • Article 29 Working Party faces up to online and mobile services - Mark Watts and Sacha Wilson, Bristows
  • Malaysia’s data protection law imminent by Carolyn Bigg, Simmons & Simmons
  • Book Review - 'Data Protection & Privacy - jurisdictional comparisons' - Stephanie Pritchett, Pritchetts
 

June 2012
Volume 12, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • No consent for cookies needed here, say EU DPAs
  • Swiss ruling means Google can stay
  • Proper safeguards needed over smart meters, warns EDPS
  • Web host claims ICO confusion led to costs to SMEs
  • Facebook ignores users over data use policy
  • Regulator to investigate civil service data breach claim
  • Daily penalty payment for Germany

Articles

  • Data protection provisions for outsourcing contracts - Richard Jones, Clifford Chance
  • What is a ‘relevant filing system’ and, more importantly, why is it relevant? - Suzanne Rodway, NBC Universal
  • Data Protection Impact Assessments: look before you leap - Stephanie Pritchett, Pritchetts
 

April/May 2012
Volume 12, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • Working Party chimes in on Regulation's shortcomings
  • Explosion in requirement for DPOs
  • ICO defends fining policy and indicates what fines lie ahead
  • London Marathon runners details shared
  • Personal data definition adjusted in UK
  • Government revives plan for greater data sharing between agencies

Articles

  • The new Data Protection Regulation - further steps on the road towards adoption - Henry de Waele, Radboud University Nijmegen
  • Obtaining consent for cookies - Eduardo Ustaran, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • The draft Data Protection Regulation - a new era for data processors? - Emma Burnett and Julia Graham, CMS Cameron McKenna LLP
  • The new rules on using children’s data - Anita Bapat, Hunton & Williams
  • Book review - ‘Privacy Impact Assessment’, by David Wright and Paul de Hert - Stephanie Pritchett, Pritchetts
  • Developments in Data Protection and Privacy Laws in the Middle East - Fiona Tyas,Simmons & Simmons
 

March 2012
Volume 12, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • Obama Bill proposes privacy by ‘voluntary agreement’
  • UK wants in on PNR data sharing
  • Clarification of right to be forgotten
  • 25 members of ubiquitous hacking group arrested
  • Spain makes referral to ECJ on right to be forgotten
  • Report of Dutch DPA highlights failings

Articles

  • Implications of replacing the Data Protection Directive with a Regulation - a legal perspective - Henri de Waele, Radboud University Nijmegan
  • New EU data protection sanctions - vital shock treatment or another fine mess? - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith LLP
  • Data Protection reform - the French perspective - Thierry Bernard, Quadrige
  • The draft Regulation - does every cloud have a silver lining? - Alexander Brown & Clare Adam, Simmons & Simmons LLP
  • Hungary’s new data protection regime - is it full circle for Hungary? - Paul Byfield, EBRD
  • Compulsory breach notification rules - benefit or burden? - Nick Graham & Majdi Silk, SNR Denton
  • An audience with Viviane Reding - Rezzan Huseyin, PDP Journals
 

January/February 2012
Volume 12, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • Draft Regulation on track but Directorates may scupper plan
  • OBA industry’s self-regulation plan ‘not adequate’, says Working Party
  • UK regulator produces practical guidance on cookies
  • Draft data protection and law enforcement Directive leaked
  • Sat nav company cleared

Articles

  • Formalising the role of the DPO - the practical consequences - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams
  • Extra territoriality and international transfers under the draft Regulation - Richard Jones, Clifford Chance
  • The right to be forgotten - the fog finally lifts - Monika Kuschewsky, Van Bael & Bellis
  • Defending a Notice of Intent - Liz Fitzsimons, Eversheds LLP
  • ECJ rules on the limits to national variances - Monika Kuschewsky, Van Bael & Bellis
 

December 2011
Volume 12, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • Draft of EU Regulation leaked,changes are all-encompassing
  • Three new fines from UK regulator, one the largest ever
  • US company obtains approval for BCRs
  • First Nordic-led BCR gets authorised
  • UK body left data on 7,200 citizens in skip

Articles

  • From consensual to compulsory - what to expect when the ICO comes knocking - Hazel Grant, Helen Rose and Amy Cullen, Bristows
  • ICO’s briefing on the future of data protection in EU - Anita Bapat, Hunton & Williams
  • Data Protection in the gaming industry - Part 2 - James Brunger, Amy Cullen and Scott Allardyce, Bristows
  • Security breach notification - the German experience - Dr Jörg Hladjk, Hunton & Williams
  • The rising in the East - Carolyn Bigg, Simmons & Simmons
 

October/November 2011
Volume 12, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Publication of new law delayed
  • Barnes & Noble obtain Borders customer list
  • US Congress examines impact of EU privacy laws
  • UK Cabinet Office publishes transparency review

Articles

  • Commissioner's power to fine - eighteen months on - Francis Aldhouse, Bird & Bird
  • Commissioner's evidence to the House of Commons - Analysis - Bridget Treacy and Anita Bapat, Hunton & Williams
  • Who, me gov? How to ensure government transparency does not cost citizens their privacy - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith
  • Data Protection in the gaming industry - James Brunger, Amy Cullen and Scott Allardyce, Bristows
 

September 2011
Volume 11, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • Online behavioural advertising framework lambasted
  • FT pulls app following customer data dispute
  • ICO publish first private sector audits
  • Belgium simplifies BCRs procedure

Articles

  • Clarifying consent - Eduardo Ustaran & Victoria Hordern, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • Privacy backlash - freedom campaigners' fantasy or imminent peril for business? - Peter Carey, Charles Russell
  • One hack of a scandal - Nick Graham, SNR Denton UK LLP
  • Don't shoot the (Blackberry) messenger - the technology of riots - Adrian Sim, Bristows

 

July/August 2011
Volume 11, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • EU’s challenge to industry: new standard for cookies by mid 2012
  • All UK firms to face breach reporting
  • Avoiding fines - the lowdown
  • Housing sector should 'wake up' to data protection

Articles

  • Handling data security breaches - is it time to revisit your procedures? - Kate Brimstead, Herbert Smith LLP
  • Whistleblowing - avoiding the hot water when others let off steam - Stephanie Pritchett, Pritchetts
  • Money laundering and data protection - where do we stand? - Richard Jones, Clifford Chance LLP
  • Geolocation services on smart mobile devices - how to be compliant - Paul Gershlick, Matthew Arnold & Baldwin LLP

 

June 2011
Volume 11, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • Sony hacked to distraction
  • Supreme Court rules that UK retains citizens’ DNA illegally
  • Working Party gives strict opinion on geolocation data
  • Hustinx says Retention Directive is illegal

Articles

  • New cookie law: overcoming the challenges - Bridget Treacy, Partner, Hunton & Williams
  • Article 29 Working Party Opinion on Smart Metering - Monika Kuschewsky and Laura De Boel, Van Bael & Bellis
  • Anti-Bribery Law: reconciling the new Act with data protection - Bridget Treacy, Partner, Hunton & Williams
  • Is Europe ready to take on a US style security breach notification law? - Anne Wilkes, ACW Privacy Consulting

 

April/May 2011
Volume 11, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • Play.com data breach
  • Telcos fined
  • Estate agent convicted
  • EC to protect children’s data

Articles

  • Cloud Computing - the data protection issues - David Cullen, William Fry
  • How do employers protect data from theft by their own employees? - Stephanie Pritchett, Pritchetts
  • RFID - the current state of play - Monika Kuschewsky and Laura De Boel, Van Bael & Bellis
  • Book review: 'Cloud Computing - a practical introduction to legal issues' - Mark Watts, Bristows

 

March 2011
Volume 11, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • Israel formally added to 'adequate' list
  • Council to tighten policy after loss of memory stick
  • ICO encourages public to secure data online

Articles

  • Article 29 Working Party clarifies the rules on the applicable data protection law - Monika Kuschewsky, Van Bael & Bellis
  • The right to be forgotten: can legislation put the data genie back in the bottle? - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith
  • Mandatory breach notifications for telecoms - what to expect and how to prepare? - Martijn ten Bloemendal, Hunton & Williams
  • What does privacy in the workplace really mean in Europe? Part II - Anne Wilkes, ACW Privacy Consulting Ltd

 

January/February 2011
Volume 11, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • New privacy principles for Scotland
  • Data security breach at The White House
  • Cloud computing could provide €763bn to top five EU countries

Articles

  • A new strategy for reform - the EU Data Protection Directive - Monika Kuschewsky and Laura De Boel, Van Bael & Bellis
  • Another step closer to a harmonised data protection enforcement regime in Europe? Part 1 - Anne Wilkes, ACW Consulting Ltd
  • How long should I keep data for? - Stephanie Pritchett, Pritchetts
  • Privacy and data protection risks for IT programmes - a practitioner’s view - Jacqui Peace, independent Privacy Consultant
  • Book review: 'The Law Society' - Duncan Lamont, Charles Russell LLP

 

December 2010
Volume 11, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • T-Mobile employee pleads guilty to data breach offence
  • Internal data breach at PwC
  • Council discloses personal data on planning department website

Articles

  • Data Sharing - the ICO Consultation on the new Code of Practice - Nick Graham, SNR Denton
  • Behavioural Advertising: time to tame the cookie? - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith
  • Survey: Consent to the processing of children’s data across the EU - Nicola Fulford, Bristows

 

October/November 2010
Volume 11, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • European Commission takes UK to Brussels
  • BT admits part in porn list leak
  • Website blacklists deviant hotel guests

Articles

  • Working Party Opinion on principle of accountability – new obligations for data controllers or old wine in new bottles? - Monika Kuschewsky, Van Bael & Bellis
  • FAQs on the new Model Clauses - do they help? - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox
  • Data ownership in social networks - a very personal thing - Robert Bond, Speechly Bircham
  • Data protection: back to basics - Part 9 - Peter Carey, Charles Russell

 

September 2010
Volume 10, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • Three Undertakings involving data security breaches
  • Facebook introduces new location-revealing service
  • Study highlights new ‘way in’ for hackers
  • Telecoms companies under investigation in Hong Kong

Articles

  • Does new Working Party Opinion spell end for online behavioural advertising? - Monika Kuschewsky, Van Bael & Bellis
  • ICO’s personal information online Code of Practice - Helen Rose, Bristows
  • Highlights from the Information Commissioner’s Annual Report - Cate Haywood, Hunton & Williams
  • Data protection: back to basics - Part 8 - Peter Carey, Charles Russell
  • Privacy pips pragmatism - so the end no longer justifies the means - Duncan Lamont, Charles Russell

 

July/August 2010
Volume 10, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • New Opinion on online behavioural advertising
  • French DPA indicates sensitive data was caught by Wifi
  • Twitter settles first of its kind case with FTC
  • Commissioner writes to Unite over data protection registration

Articles

  • Help! I’m being investigated by the ICO - Stephanie Pritchett, Pritchett's Law
  • Interview with Jonathan Bamford
  • Data protection considerations in company liquidation - Julian Gauld, Herbert Smith LLP
  • Data protection: back to basics - Part 7 - Peter Carey, Charles Russell
  • Ireland’s moves towards mandatory breach reporting - Colin Rooney, Arthur Cox

 

June 2010
Volume 10, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • Working Party writes to big three search engines
  • Council signs Undertaking after losing childrens’ data
  • ID scheme will be first to go
  • Privacy a key focus in EU’s Digital Agenda

Articles

  • Making a compelling case for investing in privacy - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith LLP
  • Using privacy impact assessments - Stephanie Pritchett, Pritchett’s Law
  • Location based services - a review of the regulatory framework - James Brunger, Bristows
  • Data protection: back to basics - Part 6 - Peter Carey, Charles Russell

 

April/May 2010
Volume 10, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • ICO publishes three year plan
  • Europe investigates 'tagging'
  • EDPS wants privacy designed into DP law
  • FOI guidance imminent
  • And the award for best data protection goes to...

Articles

  • Working Party confirms 'controller' and 'processor' distinction - Bridget Treacy, Partner, Hunton & Williams
  • Data protection: back to basics - Part 5 - Peter Carey, Consultant, Charles Russell
  • Data subjects rights - are they inadequate? - Liam Curren and Dr Jane Kaye, EnCoRe Project and University of Oxford
  • Changes to German data protection law - Jörg Hladjk, Associate, Hunton & Williams
  • Where fines might hit the hardest - James Castro-Edwards, Solicitor, Speechly Bircham LLP

 

March 2010
Volume 10, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • US links data breaches to file sharing
  • 'Internet of things' draws closer
  • Most trusted privacy measures revealed

Articles

  • ICO's Guide to Data Protection - easy as ABC? - Suzanne Rodway, Barclays
  • Rise of biometric data sharing - but who is looking after data subjects' rights? - Nick Graham and Tristan Jonckheer, Denton Wilde Sapte
  • Data protection: back to basics - Part 4 - Peter Carey, Data Protection Consultant
  • New controller to processor model clauses - the verdict - Eduardo Ustaran, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • Handling access requests - lessons from the Access Rights Index - Thierry Bernard, Quadrige
  • Privacy cases - has John Terry dropped Mosley's baton? - Mark Watts and Justin Costley, Bristows

 

January/February 2010
Volume 10, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • Mortgage company signs Undertaking
  • Working Party issues ‘Future of Privacy’ roadmap
  • Giant database goes live

Articles

  • Mortgage company signs Undertaking
  • Working Party issues ‘Future of Privacy’ roadmap
  • Giant database goes live Articles
  • Fines for data protection breaches - the new regime - Richard Jones, Clifford Chance LLP
  • Data protection: back to basics - Part 3 - Peter Carey, Charles Russell
  • Use of violent warning markers... under attack? - Mark Watts, Bristows
  • New EU cookie rule - a practical way forward - Eduardo Ustaran, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • Under the spotlight: police retention of conviction data - Bridget Treacy and Anthea Terlegas, Hunton & Williams
  • Data security Part 2 - ten ways to promote data security best practices - Richard Hollis, Orthus

 

December 2009
Volume 10, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • ICO produces new Guide on Data Protection
  • Expert recommends acting now over cookie law
  • Queen gets tough on paparazzi in royal row
  • US sued over failure to specify use of data

Articles

  • Data protection: back to basics - Part 2 - Peter Carey, Charles Russell
  • Anonymisation and pseudoanonymisation of personal data - Nick Graham and Sean Crowley, Denton Wilde Sapte
  • New draft international proposal standards - a welcome proposal - Monika Kuschewsky, Van Bael & Bellis
  • Data security Part 1 - five factors leading to data compromise - Richard Hollis, Orthus
  • US online behavioural advertising - the changing landscape - Julie O’Neill, Morrison & Foerster

 

October/November 2009
Volume 10, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Pharmacy firm's data breach escalating
  • Italian bullying video case - update
  • FBI snooping to continue?
  • CEO penalised for being uncooperative

Articles

  • Data protection: back to basics - Part 1 - Peter Carey, Charles Russell
  • Contracting out of data protection responsibilities - Richard Jones, Clifford Chance LLP
  • Data security issues in the NHS - Jackie Gray, Dickenson Dees LLP
  • Standard contractual clauses for data transfers outside of the EEA - Rob Corbet and Úna Ní Mhurchú, Arthur Cox
  • Israel’s data protection reform - Israeli Ministry of Justice "Schoffman" Committee
  • Book Review, 'Data Protection - A Practical Guide to UK and EU Law' - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams

 

September 2009
Volume 9, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • Smartphone applications track users' locations
  • Google to address Swiss concerns
  • IRS brings in the heavies for tax scour
  • Facebook accepts Canadian privacy recommendations

Articles

  • Security breach notification in Europe - Kristof Van Quathem, Covington & Burling LLP
  • Online social networking - keeping up with the reality - Monika Kuschewsky, Van Bael & Bellis
  • Secondary uses of NHS data - occupational health services - Mark Watts and James Brunger, Bristows
  • Secure the pearly gates, not the cloud - Alf Pilgrim, Clearswift

 

July/August 2009

Volume 9, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • Power to fine - not until next year
  • Swiss block UBS data handover
  • Unmasking of obscene hacking operations
  • Computer virus frenzy at the NHS

Articles

  • ICO’s new Code on Privacy Notices - Nick Graham and Simon Elliot, Denton Wilde Sapte
  • RAND - a report worth reading to the end! - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams
  • A new Information Commissioner … but still no fines - Grant Campbell, Brodies
  • Data protection law in Russia - Dan Guildford and Ekaterina Bekker, Dewey & LeBoeuf

 

June 2009
Volume 9, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • BCS launches 'data protection equivalent of Highway Code'
  • EU sues Sweden
  • Germany to get Street View despite privacy complaints
  • Resignation of rail chief after repeated snooping

Articles

  • Secondary uses of personal data in the NHS - Part 1 - Mark Watts and James Brunger, Bristows
  • Surveillance at the workplace - how to avoid the pitfalls - Monika Kuschewsky, Van Bael & Bellis
  • Richard Thomas - the expansive years - Peter Carey, PDP
  • Privacy & matrimonial self help - Robin Bynoe, Charles Russell

 

April/May 2009
Volume 9, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • Fools rush in to hiding behind DPA, says ICO
  • 19,000 UK credit card details accessible
  • EU: ‘security capabilities vary vastly’
  • Stronger penalties for peeping toms

Articles

  • BSI - a standard approach to preventing security breaches? - Nick Graham and Simon Elliott, Denton Wilde Sapte
  • A fair processing notice by any other name ..., by Suzanne Rodway, Barclays
  • US pre-trial discovery - reconciled with European data protection law? - Monika Kuschewsky, Van Bael & Bellis
  • Dirty work - criminal aspects of bin trawling - Ashley Roughton, Hogarth Chambers, and D’yann Heward-Mills, Linklaters
  • Spam Asia - Part II - Anju Malik and Lewis Ho, Simmons & Simmons

 

March 2009
Volume 9, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • PC passes force data to friend
  • New survey says jobs at risk = data at risk
  • Proper supervision needed for data mining
  • Actor bedding models suspects unauthorised access

Articles

  • How far are we protected from ourselves? - Mark Watts, Bristows
  • Power to fine research research - the results - PDP news team
  • Navigating the data breach minefield: strategies - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams
  • Spam Asia - Part 1 - Carolyn Bigg and Damien Bailey, Simmons & Simmons

 

January/February 2009
Volume 9, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • New IC says role is at heart of debates
  • New NAI Principles just don’t cut it?
  • Coming to a cab driver near you?
  • College kids enlisted in data gathering

Articles

  • Privacy and the workplace - Gabriella Wright, Employment Specialist
  • Cloud computing - data protection concerns unwrapped - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams and Paula Bruening, Centre for Information Policy Leadership
  • Data protection law in Dubai - Nick Graham and Michael Loffler, Denton Wilde Sapte

 

December 2008
Volume 9, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • EDPS on patients' rights
  • The longer arm of Facebook
  • Disastrous disposal
  • Candidates to confess

Articles

  • Controllers vs. processors - useful distinctions, or distracting labels? - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith
  • The dangerous disparities with privacy policies - Ben Taylor, Ernst & Young
  • Paying the piper, calling the tune - Gabriella Wright, Employment law specialist
  • Whistleblower hotlines and data protection - Richard Jones, Clifford Chance and Josephine Warren, BBC World News

 

October/November 2008
Volume 9, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Binding Corporate Rules – mutual recognition
  • WiFi no longer secure
  • Orgy goes to Strasbourg
  • US plough ahead with Sat-Surveillance despite privacy issues

Articles

  • Dealing with staff data breaches - Gabriella Wright, Employment Specialist
  • The T5 fiasco - what does it tell us about the future of biometrics and data protection? - Nick Graham and Michael Loffler, Denton Wilde Sapte
  • How to combat identity theft in the corporate world - an essential guide - Peter Wood First Base Technologies
  • The Commissioner’s keynote speech - highlights, PDP News Team

 

September 2008
Volume 8, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • Draft 2008 Electronic Communications Regulations
  • Students subject to scanners
  • Fingerprinting of passengers inevitable
  • Unsecured data stick puts Gastronuts kids at risk

Articles

  • How to win workers’ trust - a guide to applying the core Principles - Employment Specialist, Gabriella Wright
  • Data Sharing Review - raising the spectre of tougher enforcement in the UK - Bridget Treacy, Partner at Hunton & Williams
  • Max Mosley triumphs - but are the damages done? - Nicola Russell, Associate at Bristows
  • The devil and the deep blue sea - US & EU discussions on sharing personal data - Richard Jones, Director of Data Privacy at Clifford Chance

 

July/August 2008
Volume 8, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • ICO serves HMRC and MOD with Enforcement Notices
  • An Annual Report and a birthday
  • Data Sharing Review
  • UK on verge of de facto privacy law?

Articles

  • e-Discovery and EU privacy laws - Part II
  • Information security and lessons from HMRC - an overview of the Poynter and IPCC reports
  • Transferring employee data - a clearer picture?
  • The changing face of data security law - Part II
  • Impact of the CSA judgment - more questions than answers?

 

June 2008
Volume 8, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • ICO – new powers to fine
  • Database to vet dishonest employees
  • Central database proposed for draft Bill
  • Banking sector urged to change attitude by FSA
  • BERR Report released

Articles

  • The ICO’s new power to fine - the shape of things to come? - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith
  • The changing face of data security law - Stewart Room, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • eDiscovery and EU privacy laws - Dan Cooper, Covington & Burling
  • Safe Harbor, Safe Hands - Mark Watts, Bristows
  • Book review: Data Protection Law and Practice - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams

 

April/May 2008
Volume 8, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • Government data loss ‘symptomatic of lax standards’
  • HSBC likely to be fined or loss of 370,000 customers details
  • BT investigated over Phorm complaints
  • S.55 DPA custodial sentences “on ice”
  • Six month time limit set for retaining online search records

Articles

  • Implications of Ezsias case for subject access: proportionality may apply to searches of data - Gary Brooks, Data Protection Consultant
  • Industry viewpoint - RFID technology development and data protection - Nigel Clarke, Imation
  • Is Israeli data protection law “adequate” under Article 25? - Omer Tene, Legal Consultant and Ministry of Justice Committee
  • Outsourcing - data protection considerations - Annette Orange, McCann FitzGerald

 

March 2008
Volume 8, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • New CCTV code of practice published by ICO
  • Ban on taking electronic devices outside the workplace
  • Children’s qualifications online throughout adult life
  • Government could face £7.5 billion compensation
  • Solicitor pleads guilty to data protection offence

Articles

  • Comparing the US and EU approach to employee privacy Miriam Wugmeister and Ann Bevitt, Morrison & Foerster
  • The ICO gets tough on M&S - Suzanne Rodway, Barclays
  • Privacy regulation in Australia: current law and proposed changes - Jillian Brewer, Banking and Financial Services Ombudsman
  • Data retention requirements for communication service providers - Victoria Russell and Joanna Allen, Charles Russell
  • Less data sharing, more data protection - Ben Winslade, Bristows

 

January/February 2008
Volume 8, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • Justice Committee reports on Commissioner’s powers
  • Carphone Warehouse issued with ICO Enforcement Notice
  • British drivers’ details lost in the US
  • Microsoft’s Big Brother software pending
  • 2008 to be the year of data protection

Articles

  • Dawn raids, unlimited fines and senior executive accountability - proposed changes to UK data breach laws - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams
  • Online behavioural advertising guidelines to be issued in the US - Julie O’Neill, Kelley Drye Collier Shannon
  • Information Commissioner’s new Privacy Impact Assessment Handbook - Louise Townsend, Pinsent Masons
  • ICO guidance on information sharing - Usha Jagessar, DLA Piper
  • A look at 2007 from the PDP Editorial Board, and a glimpse of what’s to come in 2008 - PDP Editorial Board Members

 

December 2007
Volume 8, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • 25 million affected by ‘deeply disturbing’ HMRC data breach
  • Online black market for bank details
  • FCO undertaking after website security failures
  • Doctors may be fined for losing laptops
  • ID scheme on rocks?

Articles

  • Who’s looking at your medical information? - Stephen Hinde, BUPA
  • Determining ‘personal data’ - a case of believing six impossible things before breakfast? - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith
  • Monitoring staff communications - the latest on privacy rights - Gabriella Wright, employment specialist
  • Book review, 'Employee Privacy: Guide to US and International Law' - PDP Review Team

 

October/November 2007
Volume 8, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Newly awarded access to phone records too wide?
  • German Commissioner criticises Google
  • Search engines not good practice for recruitment
  • Blackberry data - ripe for interception?

Articles

  • Why the Data Protection Act makes good business sense - Suzanne Rodway, Barclays Bank
  • Israeli data protection law:
  • constitutional, statutory and regulatory reform - Omer Tene, Ministry of Justice Committee
  • Current data protection issues for financial institutions - Part 4: the data protection issues that keep the financial services sector awake at night - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams
  • Ireland - recent developments - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox

 

September 2007
Volume 7, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • Trojan breach at Monster.com leads to phishing emails
  • UK launches CCTV code
  • Microsoft takes lead in online privacy
  • Bush signs surveillance bill
  • Consultation on right to consent

Articles

  • Redefining personal data - can the opinion live up to the hype? - Dan Cooper, Covington & Burling
  • Current data protection issues for financial institutions - Part 3: data breach – the changing regulatory landscape and its potential impact for financial institutions - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams
  • IT compliance and IT security - Part 3: How are risks addressed in Europe - Jörg Hladjk, Hunton & Williams
  • Data protection in corporate transactions - Louise Townsend, Pinsent Masons

 

July/August 2007
Volume 7, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • Art 29 Working Party redefines ‘personal data’
  • ICO’s Annual Report – executives urged to raise their game
  • Orange and Littlewoods ‘named and shamed’ by ICO
  • Consumer privacy issues for outsourced work to India - Privacy problems for Facebook networking phenomenon

Articles

  • Current data protection issues for financial institutions - Part 2: global businesses and global data flows: how the financial services sector is challenged by global data protection compliance in emerging jurisdictions - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams
  • Hello! Waves goodbye to 1m+ in celebrity rights legal reversal - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith
  • Record fine for Big Brother in Spain - Victoria Russell and Jose M Saras, Charles Russell

 

June 2007
Volume 7, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • CCTV surveillance is now at extreme proportions
  • Google - global privacy threat?
  • Euro countries to share crime data
  • Bowing to US pressure for passenger data
  • Big Brother fine confirmed

Articles

  • Current data protection issues for financial institutions - Part 1: the ‘controller’ v ‘processor’ dilemma - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams
  • Smith - the importance of file headers - Ashley Roughton, Hogarth Chambers
  • US privacy developments - Julie O’Neill, Kelley Drye Collier Shannon

 

April/May 2007
Volume 7, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • Damages awarded against email marketer
  • ICO names and shames
  • World’s biggest data theft
  • American Express plans to track consumers
  • Emails - same as telephone calls for privacy rights

Articles

  • Durant revisited - will the definition of personal data be changed? - Christine O’Neill, Brodies
  • Banks put on notice by ICO - Ayesha Bramwell, Shepherd and Wedderburn
  • Johnson v Medical Defence Union - the final judgment - Ashley Roughton, Hogarth Chambers
  • IT compliance and IT security - Part 2 - Jörg Hladjk, Hunton & Williams

 

March 2007
Volume 7, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • Bank fined £1m for data security breach
  • Electronic health data - new regulation
  • Elle Macpherson privacy breach
  • ASA upholds complaint over opt-out statement in text message
  • Bank sues retailer over data loss

Articles

  • IT compliance and IT security - Part 1: Why is it necessary to comply with legal requirements? - Jörg Hladjk, Hunton & Williams
  • When disclosing references is not child’s play - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith
  • The secondary use of Council Tax data - Louise Townsend, Pinsent Masons
  • Data protection developments in Ireland - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox

 

January/February 2007
Volume 7, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • European Central Bank slammed on data transfers
  • Paris incensed by sex and medical revelations
  • Police dubbed ‘absolutely ridiculous’ by Lord Chancellor
  • 10% of workers sacked after drug testing
  • Irish schools adopt fingerprinting

Articles

  • International corruption and data protection - Bret Campbell, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft
  • Privacy - the latest issues - Ashley Roughton, Hogarth Chambers
  • E-Privacy Regulations - the ICO’s revised guidance - Suzanne Rodway, Barclays Bank
  • US privacy update - Julie O’Neill, Kelley Drye Collier Shannon

 

December 2006
Volume 7, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • UK Commissioner names and shames media companies
  • Crackdown on private detectives and those who instruct them
  • The States bugged Diana
  • More Foxtons complaints - Microsoft brings action under the Electronic Privacy Directive

Articles

  • Life in surveillance society - new challenges for DPAs and new challenges for business - Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams
  • Is the Data Protection Directive suitable for today’s global economy? - Ayesha Bramwell, Shepherd and Wedderburn
  • YouTube - the privacy challenges - Stewart Room, Rowe Cohen Solicitors

 

October / November 2006
Volume 7, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • European companies must notify security breaches
  • Foreign outsourcing to be made easier
  • Data disappears on one million citizens
  • Charity databases stolen
  • US to track negative overseas press
  • Starbucks loses staff details
  • Journalists to be prosecuted

Articles

  • Data security breaches: is Europe heading for US standards of openness? - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith
  • Collecting employee information - Piers Leigh-Pollitt, Osborne Clarke
  • US privacy law update - Julie O’Neill, Kelley Drye Collier Shannon

 

September 2006
Volume 6, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • CIA unlawfully probes EU citizens banking transactions
  • UK government to press ahead with data sharing
  • AOL publishes personal searches
  • NatWest - inadequate data disposal
  • AT&T security breach

Articles

  • The risks of WiFi: Part II - Robin Bynoe, Charles Russell
  • The role of the data sub-processor - Ayesha Bramwell, Shepherd+ Wedderburn
  • Data protection and TUPE 2006: what is the state of the law in the UK? - Gabriella Wright

 

July/August 2006
Volume 6, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • Website operator issued with enforcement proceedings
  • UK to impose prison sentences for data misuse
  • Spam up in Ireland
  • DVLA data sales to cease

Articles

  • The risks of WiFi: Part I - Robin Bynoe, Charles Russell
  • Transferring customer data after the Green Thumb case - Jimmy Desai, Tarlo Lyons
  • The costs of non-compliance with data protection law - Louise Townsend & Victoria Southern, Pinsent Masons
  • The ICO's Annual Report - PDP Team

 

June 2006
Volume 6, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • United States agreement on passenger data overturned
  • Commissioner pushes for prison sentence for data crime
  • Privacy case settles for $1.6 million

Articles

  • Subject access and third party rights - Louise Townsend, Pinsent Masons
  • Privacy law in Turkey - Mehtap Yoldirim, Cacmak Avukatlik Burosu
  • Passenger Name Records: the ECJ decision - Hazel Grant, Bird & Bird
  • US privacy law update - Julie O’Neill, Kelley Drye Collier Shannon

 

April/May 2006
Volume 6, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • Medical data and information on children - key future issues
  • Johnson - failure to get compensation at trial
  • Euro citizens must be more careful with data
  • Guidance on sale of customer databases
  • Merrill Lynch fined for failure to produce emails

Articles

  • Are Binding Corporate Rules Ready for 'Prime Time - Dr Mark Watts, Bristows
  • Access to Personal Information held by a Public Authority Part II - Andrew Sharpe, Charles Russell
  • Marketing Part IV - Rob Sumroy and Matthew Price, Slaughter and May
  • Interview with Philippe Renaudière, Head of Data Protection at the European Commission

 

March 2006
Volume 6, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • Durant alleges human rights breach
  • Gordon Brown hails biometric world
  • New electoral registration system
  • Conviction for unlawfully obtaining information
  • Exchange of EU law enforcement data

Articles

  • Workers' Subject Access requests - Gabriella Wright, Consultant
  • Marketing, Part III - Rob Sumroy and Richard J Smith, Slaughter and May
  • Legitimising Foreign Outsourcing - Sarah Ahmad, Elizabeth Walton and Jonathan Kirsop, Allen & Overy

 

January/February 2006
Volume 6, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • Call for stricter approach to foreign data transfers
  • De Vere hotel in data blunder
  • Rich lists pose data risks
  • IC guidance on employee references
  • Solicitor's private detective fined
  • Delay to ID cards
  • Deaths blamed on data laws

Articles

  • Access to Personal Information held by a Public Authority Part I - Andrew Sharpe, Charles Russell
  • Marketing Part II, Data Protection and Direct Marketing - Rob Sumroy, Slaughter and May
  • Data Retention - Ayesha Bramwell, Shepherd & Wedderburn

 

December 2005
Volume 6, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • Commissioner seeks new and wider powers with telecomms priority
  • Durant refused leave to appeal
  • Motorists' information for sale
  • Commissioner to push data protection audits
  • Banks to share loans data
  • CSA demands council tax data
  • Information Commissioner's Office issues'good practice' notes

Articles

  • Fair Collection Notices Slim Down - Eduardo Ustaran, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • Marketing Part I, Data Protection and Direct Marketing - Rob Sumroy, Slaughter and May
  • Irish Law - Some Recent Changes - Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox Dublin
  • Interview with the Australian Privacy Commissioner, Karen Curtis - PDP Team

 

October/November 2005
Volume 6, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Durant case in breach of European Directive
  • Johnson v MDU trial imminent
  • Smith takes case to European Court
  • Tesco accelerates data harvesting
  • Banks - outsourcing concerns
  • Update to DP Directive delayed

Articles

  • Medical data and privacy, Martin Soames and Usha Jagessar, DLA Piper
  • Data protection in the insurance industry Part V, Bridget Treacy, Barlow Lyde & Gilbert
  • Indian law - a semblance of data privacy, Salman Waris, Fox Mandal
  • Manual data exemption - 2007 is looming, Vinod Bange and Mark Hucks, Addleshaw Goddard

 

Contents
Volume 5, Issue 8

September 2005

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News Items

  • Recruitment agency fines £2,000 for non-registration
  • UK's growing debt mountain blamed on poor data compliance
  • Accountants in Commissioner’s sights
  • Omission takes action against Austria and Germany
  • Electoral register should be 'opt-in'
  • Estate agents in data breaches
  • Online casino convicted of spamming

Articles

  • Is Durant compatible with Linqvist? Stewart Room, Rowe Cohen
  • Data protection in the insurance industry Part IV, Bridget Treacy, Barlow Lyde & Gilbert
  • Database right falls at the first! Angus Murray and Piers Strickland, Charles Russell
  • Interview with the Northern Ireland Commissioner, Data Protection Team
  • US Privacy Update, Julie O’Neill, Collier Shannon Scott PLLC
 

Contents
Volume 5, Issue 7

July/August 2005

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News Items

  • Employment Code released
  • Commissioner slams identity card register proposals
  • NCC calls for more rigorous DP law and enforcement
  • Latest data breach - Mastercard
  • UK health records - plans for centralised database
  • India outsourcing security concerns
  • Consumer credit crises - banks seek amendment to DPA

Articles

  • The New Employment Practices Code - Piers Leigh-Pollitt, Osborne Clarke
  • DP in the Insurance Industry Part III - Bridget Treacy, Barlow Lyde Gilbert
  • The Legality of Recording Telephone Conversations - Jessica Hendrie-Liano and Paul Manwaring, Beachcroft Wansbroughs
  • US Privacy Update - Julie O'Neill, Collier Shannon Scott PLLC
 

Contents
Volume 5, Issue 6

June 2005

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News Items

  • Commissioner to target inadequate privacy notices
  • Zeta-Jones - privacy breach confirmed by Court of Appeal
  • Loyalty card regulation
  • Conditional discharge for selling celebrity data
  • Calls to regulate transfer of music data over the Internet
  • Using RFID to track prisoners
  • France rules on employer's use of biometric data
  • Communications data retention

Articles

  • DP in the Insurance Industry Part II - Bridget Treacy, Barlow Lyde Gilbert
  • The Re-use of Public Sector Information - Anna-Marie Harty and Christopher Rees, Herbert Smith
  • The European DP Supervisor's First Year - Rosemary Jay, Pinsent Masons
  • All's Fair in Love, War and Celebrity Exclusives - Kate Brimsted, Herbert Smith
 

Contents
Volume 5, Issue 5

April/May 2005

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News Items

  • Political cold-calling unlawful
  • Video surveillance in the home
  • UK directors seek anonymity as protection from extremists
  • Spy mannequins
  • Irish spam
  • Binding corporate rules - checklist for applications
  • Citibank up to its old tricks

Articles

  • DP in the Insurance Industry Part I - Bridget Treacy, Barlow Lyde & Gilbert
  • Privacy Best for Elizabeth Jagger - Marcus Turle, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • Recent Developments in Data Security Law in US - Lynne Barr & Jacqueline Klosek, Goodwin Procter LLP
  • Blackstones' Guide to the FOI Act 2000, book review - Stewart Room, Rowe Cohen
  • US Privacy Update - Julie O'Neill, Collier Shannon Scott PLLC
 

Contents
Volume 5, Issue 4

March 2005

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News Items

  • Lloyds' case considers meaning of "data" within DPA 1998
  • Is political cold-calling lawful?
  • RFID extended to students
  • OIC to keep notification receipts
  • New credit card guidelines
  • EU working party reports on Member States' notification regimes

Articles

  • Binding Corporate Rules - making it happen - Eduardo Ustaran, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • "Once processed, always processed" - Principle Explained - Ashley Roughton, Hogarth Chambers
  • Regulated Industries - Requests for Information - Sally Jones, Hammonds
  • Smith v Lloyds TSB Bank plc Case Report
  • US Privacy Update - Julie O'Neill, Collier Shannon Scott PLLC
 

Contents
Volume 5, Issue 3

January/February 2005

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News Items

  • EC approves "model contract" for data exports
  • EU committed to beefing up enforcement of data protection
  • ASA upholds email complaint
  • Italian telephone directories
  • Health Minister promotes NHS database
  • Tesco boycott over "spychip" privacy concerns
  • New database for Euro crime

Articles

  • Alternative Standard Clauses for International Data Transfers - Eduardo Ustaran, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • Implementing Codes of Conduct - the Novartis Case - Eva Wong, Coudert Brothers
  • DP Implications of Data Rooms Pt II - Jessica Hendrie-Liano and Emma Bate, Beachcroft Wansbroughs
  • US Privacy Update - Julie O'Neill, Collier Shannon Scott PLLC
 

Contents
Volume 5, Issue 2

December 2004

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News Items

  • Johnson accesses documents under Civil Procedure Rules
  • ECHR rules covert recording of conversations by police unlawful
  • Spammer jailed for 9 years
  • Durant to make FOI request for FSA files
  • Data breach by Cahoot and Morgan
  • Queen's speech

Articles

  • DP Compliance for HR directors Part IV - Piers Leigh-Pollitt, Osborne Clarke
  • Binding Corporate Rules - making them work - Eduardo Ustaran, Field Fisher Waterhouse
  • DP Implications of Data Rooms - Jessica Hendrie-Liano and Emma Bate, Beachcroft Wansbroughs
  • Durant and FOI - Gabriella Wright and Nick Boyd, Charles Russell
  • US Privacy Update - Julie O'Neill, Collier Shannon Scott PLLC
 

Contents
Volume 5, Issue 1

October/November 2004

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News Items

  • "Surveillance society" looms
  • New French DP law
  • Guantanamo detainee's family kept in dark
  • Spam best practice rules
  • Saudi Arabia bans camera phones

Articles

  • Data protection for HR directors Part III - Piers Leigh-Pollitt
  • Email marketing Regulation in Europe - Eduardo Ustaran
  • French decision on spy software - Eva Wong
  • Trade union challenge to outsourcing - Gary Brooks
  • US privacy law update - Cindy Burnes
 

Contents
Volume 4, Issue 8

September 2004

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News Items

  • EU investigates UK data laws
  • Offshore outsourcing attacked by unions
  • Bichard report - DPA blameless
  • FOI guidance
  • Mexicans use chips to foil kidnappers

Articles

  • Data protection for charities Part V - Sasha Foreman
  • Data protection for HR directors Part II - Piers Leigh-Pollitt
  • Developments in privacy law - Alexandra Wenderoth
 

Contents
Volume 4, Issue 7

July/August 2004

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News Items

  • EU investigates UK data laws
  • Fines for scam calls and texts
  • Sebastian Coe - privacy confusion
  • Icelandic DNA project unconstitutional
  • Spy in your email

Articles

  • Data protection for charities Part IV - >Sasha Foreman
  • Data protection for HR directors Part I - Piers Leigh-Pollitt
  • Subject access requests post-Durant - Gabriella Wright
  • Privacy - positive aspects - Eduardo Ustaran
  • US privacy update - Cindy Burnes
 

Contents
Volume 4, Issue 6

June 2004

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News Items

  • Naomi Campbell wins privacy case
  • TPS rules extended to business
  • Identity cards - draft Bill
  • E-privacy - Commission acts against Member States

Articles

  • Direct marketing/host mailing - Louise Howe
  • Data protection for charities Part III - Sasha Foreman
  • "Data Protection Strategy" - book review - Kate Brimsted
  • "Data Protection - Practical Guide" - book review - Marcus Turle
  • Google mail - privacy implications - Cindy Burnes
 

Contents
Volume 4, Issue 5

April/May 2004

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News Items

  • Harsh new email rules shock marketers
  • Medical research threatened by data protection
  • Working Party considers use of genetic data
  • Biggest data leak ever
  • Commissioner outlines corporate plan

Articles

  • DP and marketing - global organisations - Alison Fortescue
  • Data protection for charities Part II - Sasha Foreman
  • Email marketing - new rules - PDP Team
  • RFID technology and data protection - Eduardo Ustaran
 

Contents
Volume 4, Issue 4

March 2004

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News Items

  • Durant causes rethink of DP law
  • German Commissioner approves binding corporate rules
  • Identity cards - impact assessment demanded
  • UK fines US company for sending spam

Articles

  • Subject access requests - Kate Brimsted
  • Data protection for charities Part I - Sasha Foreman
  • Employment Code - workers' health - Neisha Glynternick
  • Data sharing in the public sector - Jessica Hendrie-Liano and Anne Crofts
 

Contents
Volume 4, Issue 3

January/February 2004

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News Items

  • Durant - court dramatically restricts subject access right
  • Employment health data code published
  • Guernsey safe for data exports
  • DPA blamed for Soham deaths
  • Visitors to the US - fingerprints and photographs

Articles

  • Websites and data protection - the Lindqvist case - Liz Brownsdon
  • Ireland - the new data protection law - Rob Corbett and Professor Robert Clark
  • Privacy Cases 2003 - Monica Bhogal
  • The US CAN-SPAM Act 2003 - Cindy Burnes
 

Contents
Volume 4, Issue 2

December 2003

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News Items

  • New email marketing rules - Commissioner publishes guidance
  • Zeta-Jones gets £14,600 compensation
  • Marks and Spencer adopts RFID technology
  • Diana car crash privacy trial
  • Carphone Warehouse - adverse ruling

Articles

  • Privacy & Electronic Communications - Eduardo Ustaran
  • Solicitors’ firms - data controllers or data processors? - Sue Cullen
  • Freedom of Information in Practice - Part IV - Cinzia Biondi
  • The use of photographs for marketing or advertising purposes - Elizabeth Brownsdon
 

Contents
Volume 4, Issue 1

October/November 2003

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News Items

  • New email marketing laws
  • Blunkett publishes new snoopers code
  • FTSE 100 companies - data compliance poor
  • Nottingham - data protection prosecution
  • Marketing email breached ASA code

Articles

  • The 2003 Privacy Regulations - Advice for businesses in the interim period and beyond - Jessica Hendrie-Liano
  • How the CAP Code regulates marketing by email - Louise Townsend
  • Freedom of Information in Practice - Part III - Cinzia Biondi
  • Communications data - access and retention – Vanessa Barnett
 

Contents
Volume 3, Issue 8

September 2003

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News Items

  • Electoral register rules lawful - 192.com fails to overturn law
  • Commissioner to simplify data protection law
  • Archer uses DPA for revenge
  • Constitutional Affairs replaces Lord Chancellor
  • MP calls for debate on RFID
  • Equal pay questionnaires - how employers should respond
  • New Irish data protection law

Articles

  • Criminal records and data retention - a guide for employers – - Andrew Sharpe & Gabriella Wright
  • Destination India - Eduardo Ustaran
  • Freedom of Information in Practice - Part II - Cinzia Biondi
  • The Commissioner’s Annual Report - Privacy & Data Protection Team
 

Contents
Volume 3, Issue 7

July/August 2003

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News Items

  • Intra-company global data transfers to be allowed by the EU
  • MP's demand privacy law for the UK
  • Notification scammers making millions
  • New Nokia phone may breach data protection law
  • Microsoft targets spam
  • Canadian airline cookies breach law

Articles

  • Data Protection Compliance: Making a Virtue out of Necessity - Kate Brimstead of Herbert Smith
  • The Topless Temptation: Can Editors resist destroying Self-regulation? - Grietje Baars of Bird & Bird
  • Freedom of Information in Practice: Part I - Cinzia Biondi of Wragge & Co
  • Subject Access and Third Party Information: The Duty of Confidentiality - Peter Carey of Privacy & Data Protection
 

Contents
Volume 3, Issue 6

June 2003

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News Items

  • EU Data Protection Law on track - but better enforcement needed
  • Citibank - breach of data protection law?
  • Websites still failing to comply - research
  • Campaign against transfers of passenger data to the US

Articles

  • The Offence in Section 55 DPA: Unlawful Obtaining of Personal Data - Catrin Evans of 1 Brick Court Chambers
  • Data Protection and RFID Systems - Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner
  • Disclosures under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 - Andrew Sharpe of Charles Russell
  • Update on US Privacy Law - Cynthia Burnes of Privacy & Data Protection
 

Contents
Volume 3, Issue 5

April/May 2003

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News Items

  • New Data Protection Laws for Email Marketing
  • Zeta-Jones wins action against Hello!
  • US citizens want EU-style data protection law
  • EU airline passenger records to be made available to US

Articles

  • The New Data Protection Regulations: A comparison with the Directive - Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner
  • Grasping at Nettles: An analysis of the Douglas v Hello! Case - Grietje Baars of Bird & Bird
  • The Data Retention Code: Will CSP's jump or will they be pushed? - Andrew Sharpe of Charles Russell
 

Contents
Volume 3, Issue 4

March 2003

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News Items

  • CCTV images breach man's right to privacy
  • TUC criticises Commissioner for delay to Employment Codes
  • Microsoft's Net.Passport radically altered for EU compliance
  • Lord Archer makes subject access request
  • £15,000 fine for text message spamming

Articles

  • Using Telecoms Data for Marketing - Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner
  • Data Protection for Children's Websites - Wendy McAuliffe of Habbo Limited
  • Customer Databases: Collection, Management & Use - Sarah Gwyndaf-Roberts of Wacks Caller
  • Argentina: Safe for Data Exports - Maria Veronica Perez Asinari of the University of Namur
  • US Privacy: Latest Developments - Cindy Burnes
 

Contents
Volume 3, Issue 3

January/February 2003

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News Items

  • Privacy Ombudsman to replace Press Complaints Commission
  • Zeta-Jones action faces possible strike-out
  • AOL wins damages for email spam
  • Further delays to employment codes

Articles

  • New Subject Access Rules - Daniel Pavin of Taylor Wessing
  • The Problem with Privacy: A Modest Proposal - Lilian Edwards of Edinburgh University
  • Trans-border flows of Employment Data - Robert Bond of Faegre Benson Hobson Audley LLP
  • Privacy 2002: A Review of UK Case Law - Grietje Baars of Bird & Bird
 

Contents
Volume 3, Issue 2

December 2002

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News Items

  • Naomi Campbell takes Mirror to the Highest Court
  • US pleads for softer EU data protection laws
  • Government keen on curbing subject access right

Articles

  • New Subject Access Rules - Daniel Pavin of Taylor Wessing
  • The Problem with Privacy: A Modest Proposal - Lilian Edwards of Edinburgh University
  • Trans-border flows of Employment Data - Robert Bond of Faegre Benson Hobson Audley LLP
  • Privacy 2002: A Review of UK Case Law - Grietje Baars of Bird & Bird
 

Contents
Volume 3, Issue 1

October/November 2002

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News Items

  • Commissioner announces new enforcement strategy
  • Data protection claim scuppered by prior proceedings
  • £50,000 fine for spamming by text message
  • UK - worsening record on personal privacy
  • French Internet Decision
  • Unlawful data sharing by Local Authorities
  • Robertson commences new action against local authority
  • UK Government responds to European Commission on Data Protection Directive

Articles

  • Using the Data Protection Act as a weapon in Litigation - Daniel Pavin of Taylor Wessing
  • Anti-Terrorism - passing information to the authorities - Andrew Sharpe of Charles Russell
  • The Employment Practices Data Protection Code: Part 3 - Monitoring at Work - Piers Leigh-Pollitt of Osborne Clarke
  • Case Report
  • R v IPSWICH CROWN COURT, EX PARTE NTL GROUP LTD (2002)
 

September 2002
Volume 2, Issue 8

 

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News Items

  • New Euro data retention rules imminent
  • Employee survey - dramatic increase in access requests likely
  • New Japanese spamming law
  • CCTV evidence inadmissible
  • Government obfuscation revealed by subject access
  • Commissioner's Latest Annual Report
  • Vodafone on location
  • New Information Commissioner
  • New interception regulations
  • UK Shops breach of security
  • Facial recognition for customer satisfaction?
  • New Guidance from the Information Commissioner
  • Monitoring code still not finalised
  • Thought Police
  • Commissioners' Annual Conference
  • Unlawful eavesdropping

Articles

  • What's the 'Big Deal' with Data Protection? - Cinzia Biondi of Wragge & Co
  • Privacy duties for the Public Sector - Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner
  • "Sir/Miss, what mark did I get?": Access to education records under the Data Protection Act 1998 - Andrew Sharpe of Charles Russell
  • Microsoft - Passport to nowhere? – Cindy Burnes of Privacy & Data Protection

 

July/August 2002
Volume 2, Issue 7

 

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News Items

  • Europe nears agreement on new Data Protection laws
  • Most data transfers to the US are unlawful
  • Inland Revenue Data Blunder
  • Local Authority's tax collection unlawful
  • Angus Deayton - centre of privacy debate
  • Commissioner Swamped by Number of Complaints
  • Data Scam Prosecution
  • Government U-Turn on Snooping Regulations
  • New law to deter document shredding
  • New Data Protection Amendment Bill
  • Commission announces review of DP law
  • Compulsory Identity Cards imminent

Articles

  • European facelift for E-communications Data Privacy - Rowan Middleton and Dominic Callaghan of Herbert Smith
  • How to draft data protection opt-out / opt-in clauses for websites - The Privacy & Data Protection Team
  • The use of Cookies in Europe - a recipe for disaster?
  • To disclose or not to disclose - when should personal data be handed over to local authorities or law enforcement bodies? Claire Grainger of Pannone & Partners
  • The opt-in / opt-out debate in the United States - Cindy Burnes of Privacy & Data Protection

 

June 2002
Volume 2, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • Political furore over new email monitoring code
  • New regulations on electoral role data spell doom for marketers
  • Vodafone fails to keep control of data processor
  • Commission report on Safe Harbor
  • European Parliament votes on new Data Protection Directive
  • Swedish email law - new
  • New rules on anonymised data
  • CCTV scam
  • Hong Kong monitoring law
  • Canadian opt-out policies unlawful
  • BT denies encouraging infidelity

Articles

  • Email policies - why prevention is better than cure - Dai Davis and Kate Smith of Nabarro Nathanson
  • The way the Cookie crumbles - Andrew Sharpe of Charles Russell
  • Data Protection Act Compensation - Just a Cause Célèbre? - Kate Brimsted of Herbert Smith
  • Email and Internet usage policies in the United States - Cindy Burnes of Privacy & Data Protection

 

April/May 2002
Volume 2, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • Naomi Campbell wins damages in landmark privacy ruling
  • Employers fear ramifications of French email decision
  • Employers Code - Part 1 published
  • Argentina's new data protection law
  • Italian privacy
  • Japanese spam
  • New rules for Information Tribunal
  • Jail sentence for French cookie use
  • Al Feyed wins in Tribunal
  • The Big Brother Awards

Articles

  • The Sale and Transfer of Customer Databases - Jason Chess and Jamie Radford of Wiggin & Co
  • Employers' Duty of Disclosure following a Subject Access Request - Nick Hurley of Charles Russell
  • The Effect of the E-Commerce Regulations on Email Direct Marketing - Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner
  • Anti-Terrorism & Data Retention - The PDP Team
  • Privacy in the United States - Cindy Burnes

 

March 2002
Volume 2, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • Website investigation shocks companies into compliance
  • Injunction granted to prevent publication of brothel photographs
  • A new data protection commissioner for Europe
  • EU agrees telecoms package
  • Government published results of data protection consultation

Articles

  • A Taste of European Spam Regulation - Rowan Middleton of Herbert Smith
  • Personal Data as Currency - Jo Sanders of Olswang
  • Data Processors: Model Contracts for Third Country Transfers
  • The United States Patriot Act - The P&DP Team
  • US Privacy Update - Cindy Burnes

 

January/February 2002
Volume 2, Issue 3

 

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News Items

  • Data Withholding - endorsed by Court of Appeal
  • Directors prosecuted for breaching data protection law
  • Canada approved for data transfers
  • Information Commissioner to resign
  • Spamming by Sainsbury's
  • Commissioner to target websites
  • Commissioner launches 'guide to data protection auditing'

Articles

  • Cracking the Code - Ian Bourne, Strategic Policy Manager at the Office of the Information Commissioner, analyses the preparation of the code for employers
  • The new Data Protection Directive - Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner examines current developments in the the life of the draft directive
  • The Right to Privacy - Peter Grundberg of Wilmer Cutler and Pickering analyses recent cases of importance to English privacy law
  • Case Report
  • Regina (Robertson) v Wakefield Metropolitan District Council, 2001 - the electoral register case

 

December 2001
Volume 2, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • European Parliament votes to ban the use of Cookies
  • Electoral register - sale of data illegal
  • Continued uncertainty over financial services data exports
  • Ryanair breaches data protection law
  • P3P - adequate privacy protection?
  • Delays to Information Act implementation

Articles

  • Data Protection Act: Enforcement and Sanctions - Rowan Middleton & Christopher Rees of Herbert Smith
  • Websites: New guidance from the Information Commissioner - Part II of the article by Hazel Grant and Elizabeth Brownsdon of Bird & Bird
  • The Ultimate Guide to the Data Protection Act 1998-Part V - the fifth in our occasional series of articles looks at the nature and effect of the First Data Protection Principle
  • ISP's: Data controllers or data processors? - Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner
  • Data retention - Laura Gordon of Boyds examines this controversial issue in the wake of September 11th.
  • Book Review: Blackstones' Guide to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 - John Wadham, Jonathan Griffiths & Bethan Rigby

 

October/November 2001
Volume 2, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Data Protection Tribunal forces MI5 to open files
  • The Privacy threat from Operation Enduring Freedom
  • Proposal for alternative Data Transfer Contracts
  • 192 monopoly to be ended
  • Harry Potter author wins privacy complaint
  • Easyjet Chairman requests SAR from Barclays
  • Boots breaches law
  • Commission announces Draft Clauses for Third Country transfers
  • Recommended data practices for the airline industry
  • Guidelines published for new Employee Data Code
  • Bogus data protection services
  • Privacy & Data Security Summit announced
  • Telephone Preference Service for the United States

Articles

  • Human Resources - analysis of the position for HR professionals after 24th October 2001 (Piers Leigh-Pollitt of Osborne Clarke)
  • Data Transfers to Third Countries - a comparison between safe harbor and model contract clauses (Ben Goodger and Pamela Morey-Nase of Willoughby & Partners)
  • Freedom of Information - the basics of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (Cinzia Biondi of Wragge & Co)
  • The Transitional Provisions - an analysis of the first and second transitional regimes (Rowan Middleton & Christopher Rees of Herbert Smith)
  • Nurses' Data - the proposals to make nurses' information public (Siobhan Robinson of Pritchard Englefield)

 

September 2001
Volume 1, Issue 8

 

News Items

  • New Data Protection Law Imminent
  • Text Message Marketing
  • CBI to develop alternative export contract
  • Draft Report on Standardisation of Privacy in Europe
  • High Court challenge to sales of electoral registers by Local Authorities

Articles

  • The Commissioners Annual Report - a breakdown of the essentials (P&DP Team)
  • Employee Monitoring - analysis of the views of the Information Commissioner (Valerie Taylor of Consignia Plc)
  • Hello! - analysis of the latest views on this and related cases (Sarah Thomas of Charles Russell)
  • Websites Part 1 - analysis of the recent guidance issued by the Information Commissioner (Hazel Grant & Elizabeth Brownsdon of Bird & Bird)
  • BS7799 - what it is and whether you need it (Richard Mayall of Insight Consulting Ltd)
  • Product Review: Guide to the Practical Implementation of the DPA - a BSI loose-leaf publication

 

July/August 2001
Volume 1, Issue 7

 

News Items

  • Increase in Personal Privacy Awareness
  • 'Safe harbor' springs a leak
  • Delay to Criminal Records Bureau
  • Totnes CCTV Cameras removed
  • Latest Update on US Privacy Law
  • Data Protection Insurance
  • Update on Australian Data Protection Law

Articles

  • Employee References - is there an exemption from subject access? (Peter Carey)
  • Corporate Transactions - how is data protection relevant to Due Diligence (Catriona Dove of Linklaters & Alliance)
  • The Ultimate Guide - The Rights of Individuals (P&DP Team)
  • E-Privacy & Third Generation Mobile Networks (Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner)
  • Book Review: Media Law & Human Rights - Andrew Nicol QC & Gavin Millar QC

 

June 2001
Volume 1, Issue 6

 

Articles

  • Microsoft adopts Safe Harbor
  • Medical records 'up for grabs'
  • Data Protection Absurdities (Peter Carey of P&DP)
  • Cookies (Sarah Gwyndaf-Roberts of Wacks Caller Solicitors)
  • The Ultimate Guide - Data Subject Access Requests
  • e-Privacy - Comments on the draft Communications Data Protection Directive (Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner)
  • The Differences between Directive 95/46/EC and the Data Protection Act 1998 (Bill Milne)
  • Interview with Microsoft's Director of Corporate Privacy (Cindy Burnes of PDP)

 

April/May 2001
Volume 1, Issue 5

 

Articles

  • Bush criticises EU Privacy Law
  • OIC delays Snooping Code
  • Data Processors - an analysis of the legal requirements (Peter Carey of P&DP)
  • Marketing (Hazel Grant of Bird & Bird Solicitors)
  • The Ultimate Guide - Notification
  • e-Privacy - an analysis of the model clauses for data exports (Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner)
  • News Update from the United States (Cindy Burnes of P&DP)

 

March 2001
Volume 1, Issue 4

 

Articles

  • UK - World Leader in CCTV Deployment
  • ASP's demand data protection consistency
  • Data Protection and Telecommunications (Peter Carey of P&DP)
  • Ultimate Guide - Introduction to the Data Protection Act 1998
  • e-Privacy - Online Profiling (Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner)
  • Book Review - International Privacy, Publicity and Personality Laws - Michael Henry
  • Privacy Policies - How to Draft one (Cindy Burnes of P&DP)
  • Police and M15 Processing (David Northmore)
  • Privacy Legislation in the US (Hammerman & Grossman of Dickstein Shapiros)
  • Safe Harbor Update

 

January/February 2001
Volume 1, Issue 3

 

 

Articles

  • Zeta-Jones creates Privacy Law
  • Data Protection Commissioner changes name
  • E-mail monitoring (Peter Carey of P&DP)
  • e-Privacy - an analysis of the need for online consent (Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner)
  • Product Review - CDestroyer
  • Insurance - an analysis of data protection in the insurance industry (Mary Keeling & Sharon Curd of Cornhill Insurance)
  • Media Privacy - an analysis of the OK! V Hello! case (Sarah Thomas of Charles Russell)
  • Website Processing (Emily Wiewiorka of Boyds Solicitors)

 

November/December 2000
Volume 1, Issue 2

 

 

Articles

  • Data Protection Laws to thwart m-Commerce
  • Big Brother Privacy Awards 2000
  • The Adequacy of Data Protection Laws in Australia (Catriona Dove of Linklaters Alliance)
  • Human Rights in Employment (Cindy Burnes of P&DP)
  • The 'Safe Harbor' Rules (James Black of P&DP)
  • Purely Water - an analysis of the Thames Water Undertaking (Peter Carey of P&DP)

 

October 2000
Volume 1, Issue 1

 

 

Articles

  • Website Processing Unlawful
  • 'Safe Harbor' rules adopted
  • Third Country Adequacy Focus: Jersey (Wendy Benjamin of Bailhache Labesse)
  • Monitoring Employee Emails (Peter Carey of P&DP)
  • Carnivore - Big Brother in the US (Cindy Burnes of P&DP)
  • A Step into the Future of Law (Eduardo Ustaran of Berwin Leighton Paisner)
  • The Strange case of Landlordsdata.com

 


 
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