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First hand insights from the team who worked on the ground-breaking case before the Supreme Court.
Here is our round-up of the month's top data protection stories, together with practical advice on how to address the legal issues raised. Please note that, while the first section covers issues relating to the impact of COVID-19 on data protection, you can scroll down for non-pandemic data protection news.
The COVID-19 international health crisis is creating unprecedented challenges for all organisations, with much uncharted territory ahead. Clients will want to prioritise their activities to ensure that the most critical issues are addressed ahead of less important ones, taking account of a likely backdrop of reduced resources and free cash.
In attempts to manage the global COVID-19 outbreak, more and more employers are encouraging employees to work from home.
The European Data Protection Board has published important draft guidelines, setting out some of the data risks and recommended solutions, involved in keeping personal data safe, within a connected cars environment.
Here is our round-up of the month's top data protection stories, together with practical advice on how to address the legal issues raised.
Technology specialist, Rubina Khan joins DWF, the global legal business, as partner where she will advise clients on Technology, Commercial and Intellectual Property law.
Commenting on a recent data breach of an online discount website, Stewart Room, head of data protection and cyber security at DWF, highlights what consumers and businesses need to do to protect and overcome a data breach. He said: