Below we present a compiled summary of our highly popular introduction to the concept of privacy under English Law, this covers early developments, the integration of private individuals rights, the widening of the concept and early 21st Century data protection issues: Continue reading
The European Data Protection Board issued a statement on 13 March 2019 urging the European Authorities to implement the new ePrivacy Regulation (the “Regulation”).
The Regulation itself sits alongside the existing GDPR framework and focuses on email marketing and cookies consent.
Debate has been generated around the extent to which the Regulation and the GDPR practically sit alongside each other to ensure that the, now onerous, data protection regime does not duplicate obligations. The Panopticon Blog has an excellent post covering this issue from Robin Hopkins. Continue reading
An excellent piece on recent developments in phone hacking cases- a consideration of the News of the World litigation settlements by Brian Cathcart
We would like to refer readers to an excellent article from the blog of Michael Geist an authoritative academic from the University of Ottowa, tackling privacy law issues in Canada. The piece considers recent movements by the Canadian Privacy Comissioner in legislative reform and the importance of robust and consistent enforcement of privacy laws.
TPP is delighted to announce to launch of our Resources page.
This page focuses on providing readers with a list of similar sites which provide insightful and topical commentary on privacy law and associated issues such as data privacy, media law, information law and cybersecurity. TPP reproduces these links with thanks and we hope visitors will find them useful.
We foresee this page growing along with our site and it will be updated on a monthly basis.
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