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Weekly News Recap – August 12-16

GDPR Taken More Seriously After First Fines

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UK ICO Issues New Draft Data Sharing Code of Practice

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Post Brexit note: Will your business need to appoint an “EU Representative”?

As a result of Brexit UK will cease to be part of the European Union on 31st October 2019. One implication of this is that UK businesses which hold, obtain or use data about EU citizens will most likely have to formally appoint a “EU representative” within the EU for data protection purposes…

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GDPR Fines So Far

The GDPR fines are fact now. Even that the Data Protection Authorities were very generously with the “probation period” over the implementation of the GDPR requirements and waited for far too long before starting to impose fines, the time finally come….

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GDPR Taken More Seriously After First Fines

Over the last three months we see that the data protection regulators across Europe started to impose fines. It was considered that the first big fines under the General Data Protection Regulation will get organisations to take the new rules more seriously. Is this finally happening?…

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