Tag Brexit

DATE March 18, 2019 10:49 am POSTED BY CATEGORY Data Protection

Brexit and the Privacy Shield

The following notes from Data Protection People expand upon the official UK Government guidance in Guidance – Data protection if there’s no Brexit deal – Published 13 September 2018. Brexit background The GDPR allows free movement of personal data throughout the European Economic Area (EEA). The EEA is made up...
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DATE January 17, 2019 11:00 am POSTED BY CATEGORY Data Protection

Outsourced DPO: DPIA revisited

The Outsourced DPO wrote a blog about Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA) last November shortly before the ICO revised their guidance. In this blog, we review the ICO’s updated guidance and share the Outsourced DPO’s experiences from auditing in the lovely Essex this week. It is actually very easy to...
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DATE January 9, 2019 9:50 am POSTED BY CATEGORY Data Protection

Data Protection and a no deal Brexit

Hard Brexit The Outsourced DPO has been looking at the impact of a hard Brexit for some of his clients – what a roller coaster ride that is. In her blog of 13th December, Elizabeth Denham stated that, “the Government has already made clear its intention to permit data to...
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DATE June 24, 2016 12:40 pm POSTED BY CATEGORY Blog

Post Brexit data protection in the UK

There will far more erudite commentators than I recording their thoughts in respect of the Brexit and its impact on privacy and data protection over the next few days – but I still thought it useful to commit my thoughts to “paper” for our clients and staff.  The gist is...
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