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Will the GDPR protect your Facebook and Google data from being misused?

…87 million. That’s the estimated number of Facebook user profiles which may have been improperly shared with Cambridge Analytica[1] to date. At the end of the fourth quarter in 2017, Facebook could boast 2.2 billion active users[2]. This means almost […]

Charities – Are You Ready To Comply With the GDPR?

Protecting donors’ privacy and complying with the principles set out in the Data Protection Act 1998 are an imperative part of charity management and administration. The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force on 25th May 2018 and present […]

Facebook – The New Frontier In Defamation Law

Stocker v Stocker[1] It is hard to fathom that Facebook has only existed in the mainstream for ten-years. The social media platform has completely transformed how we interact with each other, both personally and professionally, and this has occurred in […]

GDPR Preparation – The Ultimate Guide For SMEs

GDPR Preparation – The Ultimate Guide For SMEs

In less than three months the General Data Protection Regulation  (“GDPR”) comes into force. On 25th May 2018, any business, charity or organisation which holds personal identifiable information must be fully compliant with the GDPR principles or face severe financial […]

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