GDPR

Will foreign governments comply with gdpr

Who will take Foreign Government’s privacy arrangements to task?

I’m lucky enough to be going to visit Australia in the next few months and in preparation I’ve had to get my documents in order.  The guidance from the UK Government was that I needed at least 6 months on my passport at date of travel and a visa.  A quick glance at my passport …

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Keeping your, and your family's, personal data safe is important

Why should you and your family care about your personal data?

You may have seen the initials GDPR popping up in the news, on your social feeds and possibly even at work.  The letters stand for the General Data Protection Regulation.  You may have skipped over it because it sounded boring, or the article was for businesses, or you don’t have anything to do with personal data. …

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Guidance - Data Portability Requirements (GDPR)

Guidance on Data Portability now in Gydeline

Hopefully you are aware that the GDPR (or UK Data Protection Bill) is not a static regulation. Several sets of guidance have been issued by the regulators and more are due to follow. It is therefore very important that this guidance is read, understood and followed as it will provide clarity on whether or not your …

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Data Access vs Data Portability

Context: In order to further promote transparency and clarity the information which individuals can receive should be clearly explained. The Article 29 Working Party (European Data Protection Board) recommends in particular that the difference between the types of data that an individual can receive using the portability right or the access right be explained.