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What should you consider before using video conferencing?

Tracey Dickens
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Video conferencing app Houseparty’s owner, Epic Games, has been accused of enabling other apps of those using Houseparty to be hacked.  This accusation could have appeared through a commercial smear campaign. However, it made me think more...

Data Protection - In the name of transparency

Tracey Dickens
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GDPR has only been in force for just about eight months and the first casualties are starting to appear.  The record fine (so far) of €50million is imposed on Google for its breach of data protection rules. This could be a starting point to what...

Irish Data Protection Commission begin investigation into Facebook

Thomas Emmett
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  Around May 2018, I was very busy assisting clients in their preparations for the then incoming General Data Protection Regulation. I don’t think there was a day around that time that I did not use the acronym “GDPR”.   ...

GDPR - Big Brother is watching you...

Tracey Dickens
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The research of a privacy watchdog, Big Brother Watch, has identified that HMRC is capturing voice biometric information without being transparent about its use or giving users the ability to opt out of providing that data.   Big Brother Watch says...

GDPR - being aware of any exemptions or adjustments

Tracey Dickens
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While the GDPR will be directly applicable in all EU members states with effect from 25 May 2018, a new Data Protection Bill announced in the Queen’s Speech has started its route through parliament.  The Bill will replace the Data Protection Act...

GDPR - Strengthens your right to privacy

Claire Read
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As a Trustee of the Essex Community Foundation, I am very mindful that there are new regulations coming into force in May 2018.   Today, whilst I was live on the Ronnie Barbour BBC Essex Radio show  it was raised that some charities had...

New GDPR regulations and charities

Claire Read
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As a Trustee of the Essex Community Foundation, I am very mindful that there are new regulations coming into force in May 2018.  Today, whilst I was live on the Ronnie Barbour  BBC Essex Radio show  it was raised that some charities had...

The right to be forgotten

Tracey Dickens
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The Government is ramping up its visibility of this new law. Failure to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation could result in your business receiving a heavy fine.  Businesses that deal with consumers need to: 1. Be aware that their...

What should you consider before using video conferencing?

Tracey Dickens
  • Posted
  • Author

Video conferencing app Houseparty’s owner, Epic Games, has been accused of enabling other apps of those using Houseparty to be hacked.  This accusation could have appeared through a commercial smear campaign. However, it made me think more...

Data Protection - In the name of transparency

Tracey Dickens
  • Posted
  • Author

GDPR has only been in force for just about eight months and the first casualties are starting to appear.  The record fine (so far) of €50million is imposed on Google for its breach of data protection rules. This could be a starting point to what...

Irish Data Protection Commission begin investigation into Facebook

Thomas Emmett
  • Posted
  • Author

  Around May 2018, I was very busy assisting clients in their preparations for the then incoming General Data Protection Regulation. I don’t think there was a day around that time that I did not use the acronym “GDPR”.   ...

GDPR - Big Brother is watching you...

Tracey Dickens
  • Posted
  • Author

The research of a privacy watchdog, Big Brother Watch, has identified that HMRC is capturing voice biometric information without being transparent about its use or giving users the ability to opt out of providing that data.   Big Brother Watch says...

GDPR - being aware of any exemptions or adjustments

Tracey Dickens
  • Posted
  • Author

While the GDPR will be directly applicable in all EU members states with effect from 25 May 2018, a new Data Protection Bill announced in the Queen’s Speech has started its route through parliament.  The Bill will replace the Data Protection Act...

GDPR - Strengthens your right to privacy

Claire Read
  • Posted
  • Author

As a Trustee of the Essex Community Foundation, I am very mindful that there are new regulations coming into force in May 2018.   Today, whilst I was live on the Ronnie Barbour BBC Essex Radio show  it was raised that some charities had...

New GDPR regulations and charities

Claire Read
  • Posted
  • Author

As a Trustee of the Essex Community Foundation, I am very mindful that there are new regulations coming into force in May 2018.  Today, whilst I was live on the Ronnie Barbour  BBC Essex Radio show  it was raised that some charities had...

The right to be forgotten

Tracey Dickens
  • Posted
  • Author

The Government is ramping up its visibility of this new law. Failure to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation could result in your business receiving a heavy fine.  Businesses that deal with consumers need to: 1. Be aware that their...