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Written by specialist lawyers at RPC, this blog features regular postings on developments in UK privacy law.

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GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018 – how do they impact publishers?

Topic: Data and privacy 25.05.2018 Read more

Vicarious liability of data controllers: The Morrisons data breach case

Topic: Data and privacy 28.03.2018 Read more
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Thorny issues of jurisdiction and claim form service laid bare by High Court

Topic: Data and privacy 18.01.2018 Read more

Seriously limiting serious harm

Topic: Data and privacy 12.09.2017 Read more
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Government sets out details of new data protection legislation

Topic: Data and privacy 07.08.2017 Read more
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When can publishing newspaper articles amount to harassment?

Topic: Data and privacy 28.07.2017 Read more
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Supreme Court endorses open justice principle

Topic: Data and privacy 25.07.2017 Read more
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Brevan Howard's gagging order against Reuters upheld by the Court of Appeal in breach of confidence case

Topic: Data and privacy

The news agency, Reuters, has lost its appeal against an injunction, which prevented it from reporting leaked confidential and commercially sensitive information concerning a leading global alternative asset manager, Brevan Howard Asset Management LLP.

10.07.2017 Read more

CFAs and ATE premiums out of the running in freedom of expression cases

Topic: Data and privacy 11.04.2017 Read more
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Eleven more charities fined by ICO in 'wealth screening' probe

Topic: Data and privacy

The ICO has fined a further eleven charities following an investigation that revealed widespread misuse of donors' personal data.

07.04.2017 Read more