Legal Duty of Care by Social Media Companies to Protect Children and Vulnerable Persons
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The Daily Telegraph have been campaigning for the implementation of a duty of care by social media companies to ensure that they are not promoting harmful content to vulnerable people and children, which has now resulted in a decision to issue a White Paper setting out the Government's plans for new rules for social media [...]
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Data Protection Day 2019
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The 13th annual Data Protection Day is on 28th January 2019 - could this be an unlucky year for businesses who fail to comply with data protection legislation? The Background Data Protection Day commenced in 2006, and was introduced by the Council of Europe. It celebrates the anniversary of the Council's data protection convention, Convention [...]
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Brexit and Data Protection
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What is the Current Position and How Do You Prepare Your Business for the Changes? What steps should you be considering? With Teresa May’s Brexit Deal being rejected on 15th January 2019 by the House of Commons (by an unprecedented majority of 432 to 202), nobody can predict what will happen regarding Brexit. But whether [...]
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What is the Point of Data Protection?
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A lot of business people ask us why Europe has added yet more red tape, by introducing new complicated rules and regulations regarding data protection compliance. It is a commonly held misconception that protecting personal information is a new requirement, introduced in an increasingly technological words - nothing could be further from the truth. In [...]
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