14 posts categorised "Enforcement and sanctions"

October 08, 2019 The Right to be forgotten, in Europe anyway The judgment in the ‘Right to be Forgotten’ case has been released. What does this mean for data subjects outside of Europe?
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February 25, 2019 After the breach: counting the (regulatory) cost In this blog post, Keily Blair, Andrea Holder and Lewis Brady look at the factors the Information Commissioner's Office (the “ICO”) may consider when levying a fine, and therefore what steps organisations should take to mitigate these considerations.
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August 20, 2015 German DPA imposes fine for unlawful acquisition of personal data in asset deal By Dr. Jan-Peter Ohrtmann and Johannes Droste Privacy questions are largely ignored in the due diligence phase of transactions. A recent decision of a German...
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April 10, 2015 Paper records – time for a risk assessment? By Mick Gorrill Follow @mickgorr The Serious Fraud Office has recently been fined £180,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office for a breach of the seventh...
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April 07, 2015 Keep Calm and Carry On (in the Cloud) – Know the Risks By Ian Todd The sun may be shining over London, but one cloud still looms… Okay, that may be somewhat dramatic, but there are interesting...
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