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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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Cyber_Bytes - Issue 5 2019

Topic: Data and privacy 10.12.2019 Read more
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Cyber_Bytes - Issue 4 2019

Topic: Data and privacy 28.11.2019 Read more
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No Deal Brexit – implications for data and privacy law compliance

Topic: Data and privacy 17.10.2019 Read more
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Pushing back on APP scams

Topic: Data and privacy 18.07.2019 Read more
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The latest cyber stats revealed (the Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2019)

Topic: Data and privacy 05.04.2019 Read more
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Seeking the "right regulation" of digital services: Lords' Communications Committee articulates its vision

Topic: Data and privacy 11.03.2019 Read more
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Love (or hate) Data?

Topic: Data and privacy 21.02.2019 Read more
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Happy Valentine's Day from RPC: Love (or hate) data?

Topic: Data and privacy

Published by Nicola Cain, Partner and more.

So it is that time of year again. Love is in the air - roses, prosecco (if you're lucky, champagne), chocolates (in boxes covered in sickly hearts as though a heart surgeon has gone serial killer – yes, we're big fans of Luther).

14.02.2019 Read more
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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
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Vicarious liability of data controllers: The Morrisons data breach case

Topic: Data and privacy

Published by Nicola Cain, Partner

Following the conviction of Andrew Skelton, a former Morrisons employee, after he published Morrisons’ employees’ personal details on a file sharing website, a group of over 5,500 employees of Morrisons took action against the supermarket to recover compensation for breach of a statutory duty under the UK Data Protection Act 1998 (‘DPA’), as well as for breach of confidence and misuse of private information.

28.03.2018 Read more