Should Mandatory Parentage DNA Testing be Allowed in Scotland?
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We recently had the pleasure of reading Nadine Martin's article in the Journal of The Law Society of Scotland's March 2019 edition, 'Parentage or Privacy?' In it, Martin reviewed the recent case of Misfud v Malta (2019), which was decided by the European Court of Human Rights ('ECtHR'). The case establishes that, provided that there [...]
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Recent Changes to the Law Regarding Electronic Marketing
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The Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulation 2003 ('PECR') has been amended several times since its introduction (namely in 2004, 2011, 2015, 2016 and more recently at the end of 2018). The most recent changes should be worthy of note to all organisations using electronic marketing or cookies on their websites. PECR regulates organisations which provide [...]
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Who Is Watching You?
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Surveillance cameras are part of everyday life and we are frequently being monitored by the usage of cameras, from driving to work, in the coffee shop when we are purchasing a caffeine boost, to the office, shops and schools. There are obviously many advantages of surveillance cameras, from health and safety reasons to the detection [...]
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Spring 2019 Newsletter
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The debate about the continued ability of the UK to trade with the EEA post Brexit has raised few concerns to date regarding how personal data will be transferred between the UK and the EEA. Once Brexit takes place, the UK will become a third country for the purposes of the processing of personal data. [...]
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Who do you want to determine your future?
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Having read Shoshana Zuboff’s new book, ‘The Age of Surveillance Capitalism’, we wanted to share with you some of the key themes of the book, as they impact upon all of us as individuals, but also as citizens of the world. The question posed in this blog is ‘who do you want to determine your [...]
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