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What the Draft Brexit Agreement might mean for data protection

In case you missed it, the Cabinet in Westminster has “agreed” Theresa May’s draft Brexit Agreementfor moving the UK out the EU next year. Whilst the media continue to dissect the agreement and whether the Cabinet really does “back” the proposals, and discussions continue about the impact it has on the Northern Ireland border, the economy, what it will mean to business, etc… it’s also worth pointing out the the agreement also includes some bits […]

10 things about GDPR

10 things you need to know about the General Data Protection Regulation

Earlier this year (in a time before Brexit) the European Parliament and Council adopted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) a unifying regulation on data protection for the whole of Europe. The intention is for it to replace the previous data protection directive which gave the UK the Data Protection Act (DPA) and to provide a uniform data protection regulation across the whole of Europe. What the GDPR offers as a regulation is adequately covered […]