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Covert Surveillance at the Workplace

Employees enjoy some rights to privacy even when they are at work. If you want to monitor what they are doing, you must inform them beforehand and take a proportional approach. Besides this, if your monitoring generates information relating to…

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Busting the GDPR Christmas Myths

Many argue that Santa Claus is in contravention of Article 4 of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 when it is said that he’s making a list, checking it twice, to find out who’s naughty or nice. Actually –…

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In-house Training: what’s in it for you?

“Do not take it for granted that all your employees have the same awareness and understanding.” We are noting that discrimination matters are on the increase (in particular in relation to comments/jokes being made at the workplace)  however this does…

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ICO Plans a £99m GDPR Fine for Marriott

The UK’s Information Commissioner Office (ICO) is planning to fine Marriott International £99m (€109.93m) for last year’s data breach. The proposed Marriott fine comes hot on the heels of a record-breaking GDPR fine of £183 million imposed by the ICO…

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British Airways Slapped With £183m GDPR Mega-Fine

The UK’s Information Commissioner Office (ICO) has levied a record-breaking £183.39 million (€204.62 million) GDPR fine on British Airways for failing to protect customers’ financial and personal data following a cyber-attack on its website last year. The Information Commissioner’s Office…

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