Monthly Archives: September 2017

The GDPR: The “whole of business” issue at the top of your board agenda

Data has evolved in our digital economy to become the lifeblood  of global trade. It affects all businesses and industries and dealing  with it is a “whole of business” issue, affecting each and every team within an organisation. With innovation, … Continue reading

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UK: Limits on employers’ ability to monitor private communications

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights’ (ECtHR) ruling in Barbulescu v Romania (61496/08) is a timely reminder of the limits of employers’ ability to monitor their employees’ private activity on work IT systems. The case concerned … Continue reading

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