Data Privacy

EU begins process towards adequacy decision for UK data protection

Over the past months, the European Commission has been evaluating the UK’s approach to personal data protection, both in law and in practice, including the rules on access to personal data by the government itself. And last week it concluded that the UK ensures an “essentially equivalent level of protection to the one guaranteed under …

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European Court rules EU-US Privacy Shield invalid. What does this mean for your data?

On 16 July 2020 the EU-US Privacy Shield was ruled invalid by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), in a case commonly referred to as “Schrems II”. This landmark ruling will have immediate implications for thousands of companies currently sharing European data with the US.   What is the background to this ruling? …

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Your approach to marketing in 2018: is GDPR a threat or a new opportunity?

GDPR will have a huge impact on all marketers when it comes into force in May 2018. However, B2B marketers face a different challenge to their B2C colleagues. While many marketers see GDPR as threatening their ability to deliver leads and uncover opportunities, the truth is that you can turn it to your advantage with …

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