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Following on from our mini-series on data protection breaches: https://www.law-point.co.uk/uncategorized/data-protection-breach-blogs-part-1-what-is-a-breach/ & https://www.law-point.co.uk/blog/data-protection-breach-blogs-part-2-ive-experienced-a-breach-what-do-i-do/...read more
As set out in our previous blog (available here: https://www.law-point.co.uk/uncategorized/data-protection-breach-blogs-part-1-what-is-a-breach/) the first thing you should do is work out what you mean by “breach”. The aim of this blog, is to briefly set out what to...read more
In relation to data protection, people us the word “breach” in two different senses. It’s important to understand which type you are facing and the actions/ outcomes of that type of breach - particularly as with one type you may need to notify the ICO within 72 hours!...read more
IR35 extension to the Private Sector You may have heard about some important changes that are due to come into force in April 2020 regarding the private sector and a piece of legislation known by some as ‘IR35’ or the ‘Intermediaries Legislation’?! The original law...read more
It is easy to think that data protection is all about security measures and consents. But as a recent fine under the GDPR proves (albeit by the German data protection watchdog to a German company), this is not the case and the personal data journey must be managed...read more
As a heavily regulated industry, recruitment businesses are bound by law to meet certain standards as well as various codes of practice in both their business operations and also candidate and client contracts. Contractual arrangements in this industry are often...read more