An article about the right to be forgotten and decisions in the courts and by supervisory authorities.
A summary of Privacy International v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs C-623/17.
This is a podcast summarising a UK Court of Appeal case about facial recognition technology.
R (Bridges) v The Chief Constable of South Wales Police  EWCA Civ 1058. A review of this case, which was about automated facial recognition technology.
A legal summary about international data transfers under the GDPR and Schrems II.
A podcast summarising the Schrems I case, the privacy shield and the referral to the CJEU of questions in Schrems II.
A legal summary about international data transfers under the GDPR and Schrems I.
In the U.K., and elsewhere in the world, the burning question at the moment is how we move forward in this pandemic, not just from a health perspective, but from an economic perspective as well. We all want to know what the so-called ‘exit strategy’ will be. One of the possible facets of the strategy […]
The General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (‘GDPR’) has introduced the concept of ‘Data Protection by Design and Default’ (‘DPbDD’) into the data protection framework. ‘Privacy by Design’ is not a new concept; it was formulated by the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario in the 1990’s and is based on seven foundational principles. Whilst Article […]
R (Bridges) v Chief Constable of South Wales Police and Others  EWHC 2341 (Admin) To read the judgment click here. The High Court turned down an application for judicial review of the decision by South Wales Police to use automated facial recognition technology in a pilot project. The project involved the capture of digital […]