Sales to consumers through online platforms: new rules to protect businesses

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1 I was reading over the weekend about a freelancer, who was making a living selling videos and other content through an online platform. They were doing pretty well, and had amassed a considerable Read more

Your record of processing activity: what it is, and why having one will make your life so much easier

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1 I've written before about the key steps you need to take to get your business in order from a GDPR point of view. One of those steps — the record of processing activty — is a key starting Read more

Network operators: reporting obligations for reductions in availability

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1 If you are reading this, you're probably already having a bad day. This blogpost won't make it better, but hopefully it will make things clearer. As always, if you need a hand, please do get in Read more

Four things you need to know about the Age Appropriate Design Code

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1 The Information Commissioner's Office has issued a statement about its Age Appropriate Design Code. The statement says: The Age Appropriate Design Code has completed the Parliamentary process and Read more

Cyber-attacks and sanctions

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1 There was an interesting discussion on Twitter a few days ago, about The Cyber-Attacks (Asset-Freezing) Regulations 2019. The gist of the debate was "did you know about these?!", or whether they Read more