A couple in Scotland, Mr and Mrs Woolley, have made a successful claim under the data protection Act 1998 (which I will call the “DPA”) for “extreme stress” they suffered as a result of “highly intrusive”...Read More
The 25th of May 2018 might seem a long way off but if you’re anything like me, I can’t believe how long it’s been since Christmas. How time flies.
So, what have you been doing as an employer to get ready...Read More
With the battle between Apple and the F.B.I over a locked iPhone now ended, the question exists about exactly what information the F.B.I were able to get from the iPhone in question which belonged to...Read More
A recent judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union (‘CJEU’) regarding the US Safe Harbor scheme has understandably received a lot of interest.
In brief, a previous decision of the European Commission recognising the Safe Harbor scheme meant that..Read More
The Information Commissioner's Office ("ICO") has levied a £200,000.00 fine against the Crown Prosecution Service ("CPS") after laptops with videos of police interviews on them were stolen from a private film studio.
The laptops held interviews with 43 victims and witnesses involving...Read More
Following the leak by a company auditor of their personal and financial details online, over 2,000 members of staff are set to sue Morrisons.
The confidential information relating to almost 100,000 staff members...Read More