Staff surveillance – how much is too much?
Human or machine: computer says “no”
The Information Commissioner’s Office consults on subject access guidance
ICO Guidance: Special Category Data
On 14 November, the Information Commissioner’s Office published guidance on how special category data should be managed under the EU […]
One day less to respond to DSARs!
Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), individuals can request access to the personal data that employers or other organisations […]
Gender Pay Gap Reporting Response
On 17 January 2019 the House of Commons' Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee published a Government response to its report on gender pay gap reporting.
It's getting personal: Potential GDPR breach for employees who check work emails on personal mobiles out of the office
Recent research has revealed that employees who check work emails on their personal phones could be in breach of the […]
Data Breach – Employers Vicariously Liable
The Court of Appeal has ruled that Morrisons is liable for a data breach which saw thousands of its employees’ […]
GDPR – are your interests legitimate?
Under the GDPR the requirements for consent will be much stricter, particularly in the employment context, where it is generally accepted that the imbalance of power between the employer and employee is likely to invalidate any consent given by the employee.
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Three months to go until GDPR comes into force: are you ready?
Has getting to grips with GDPR been lingering on your to-do list for the past year? With only three months […]