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Cellular 5m
The Office of The Chancellor of Justice has issued a decision against the Finnish DPA for failing to meet reasonable time period to handle a complaint that was submitted in 30.10.2018. my complaint against was submited 13.08.2018...
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Lukasz Olejnik Aug 11
"Iintelligent) advertising billboards that track the pedestrians to be deployed soon. With the ability to analyze the passerby behavior. They claim of anonymised data was not backed with any proof.
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Tim Turner Aug 11
What is the answer to every question?
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Data Breaches Digest Aug 4
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Leadership in the Clouds™ 10h
British Airways and Marriott Expect Drastically Reduced Fines From U.K. Privacy Regulator
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Julien Ahrens Aug 10
An interesting effect of my recent case study: all platforms got back to me about improving things, except for . So guess who will be contacted by data protection authorities soon due to an official complaint.
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#Mamasent 15h
The latest The Digital transformation Daily!
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Lukasz Olejnik Aug 5
Firefox significantly improving anti-tracking techniques. Works by default. Some suspicious tracking identifiers cleared every 24h. Great to see the decade of privacy research getting implemented.
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Morton Fraser LLP 24h
As businesses struggle to comply with requirements during the pandemic, the ICO intends to take such difficulties into account, in determining whether formal action is required. Legal director Alan Delanay takes a look at the guidance: Read more:
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Berwins Digital Aug 12
What are the potential ramifications of sending work emails to a personal account? Sam Crich looks at breaches and fines for individuals at
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Berwins Digital Aug 11
Why did one council employee delete requested information? Sam Crich explores individuals fined for misdemeanors. READ:
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Cellular 10m
Hi , in your Controller MCCs (available here: ) you refer to Directive 95/46/EC. FYI, as per article 94 of the , References to the repealed Directive 95/46/EC shall be construed as references to the . ;)
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Hempsons 4h
Hempsons partner Chris Alderson presents his free webinar “Confidentiality, GDPR, Covid and Me” on 25 August where he will discuss GDPR in the current Covid climate. Click here to register:
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CTE is worse than COVID - play ball Aug 11
Interview with: LTO Network - YellowBlock - a worthwhile read ⁦
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Andy Powell 21h
Well that's interesting, just gave a client access to a Google Analytics account and when I added their email address Google gave me an alternate address that the client had not given to me. That seems like a thing right there.
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Glyn Moody Aug 11
EU-US Privacy Shield is dead. Long live Privacy Shield - delusional; what a complete waste of time...
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The Consumer Voice Aug 7
The long and winding road. We published a report about cross-border data protection enforcement, two years after .
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Murat Durmus (CEO @AISOMA_AG) Aug 6
One of the most important issues in the field of . Inside the Black Box: 5 Methods for Explainable-AI()
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Safe-DEED 6m
The definition of under is explained in this article
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Mark Gracey GDPR 3h
The ICO's Age Appropriate Design Code has now been issued and comes into force on the 2nd Sept 2020. It sets out 15 standards for online services aimed at or used by children. More in our blog post, including a link to a free webinar
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