Oliver Price’s Weekly GDPR Blog #14 – Carphone Warehouse Data Breach – Action Required

15/01/2018

This week I teamed up with Wiltshire Police and Avagio IT Systems to make the link between data protection, cyber security and worldwide criminality. The first major data protection prosecution decision this year highlights that action is required in the area of data and information security.

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Oliver Price’s Weekly GDPR Blog #13 – GDPR is not Y2K

05/01/2018

This week I was pleased to see that in her very last blog of 2017 Elizabeth Denham, the Information Commissioner (who is the person responsible for enforcing Data Protection in the UK) echoed the message that I had been giving in recent months.

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Oliver Price’s Weekly GDPR Blog #12 – Twelve Practical Points to get you ready for the GDPR

21/12/2017

If you have attended one of my seminars you will know that I offer up ten practical steps to get ready for the GDPR. Those are below along with links to two Christmas “gifts”:

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CN v Poole Borough Council - Decision of the Court of Appeal

21/12/2017

On December 21st 2017,the Court of Appeal handed down judgments in the landmark decision for local authorities of CN v Poole Borough Council in which the Council, which was successful, was represented by Rob Hams of the Wansbroughs Insurance Litigation Team.

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Autumn Budget round-up – November 2017

19/12/2017

Last week, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond outlined his Autumn Budget for 2017.

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Oliver Price’s Weekly GDPR Blog #11 - Work Place CCTV

15/12/2017

This week I provided my training talk about the new GDPR Rules to a forum of local HR Managers. They asked lots of questions and came up with some new and interesting views about the changes. One of those areas is the use of close circuit television (CCTV) for the monitoring of employees in the work place and how to comply with subject access requests.

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