Facebook has a difficult date with the Regulator

https://insights.kemplittle.com/post/102fypl/facebook-has-a-difficult-date-with-the-regulator

A GDPR game changer? A German fine for call-centre procedures

https://insights.kemplittle.com/post/102fvvs/a-gdpr-game-changer-a-german-fine-for-call-centre-procedures

Instagram wants your date of birth. Happy Birthday?

https://insights.kemplittle.com/post/102fvk5/instagram-wants-your-date-of-birth-happy-birthday

Data Ethics – The ICO speaks, but are we listening?

https://insights.kemplittle.com/post/102fv3l/data-ethics-the-ico-speaks-but-are-we-listening

Privacy vs Innovation?

https://insights.kemplittle.com/post/102fuqg/privacy-vs-innovation

A data driven general election?

https://insights.kemplittle.com/post/102fts2/a-data-driven-general-election

“Please Miss, another kid did it and ran away.” Nasty hackers and your reputation

https://insights.kemplittle.com/post/102g01i/please-miss-another-kid-did-it-and-ran-away-nasty-hackers-and-your-reputation

Is Privacy an industry? – Keeping it in the family

In my blog earlier this week I said that the privacy industry would have to respond to the Anderson report into state surveillance. But is there such a thing as a privacy industry? There are certainly many individuals who work in the sphere: data protection officers; lawyers; information security specialists, etc. But does that make …
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James Leaton Gray’s look at privacy

The Privacy Practice blog is written by its Director James Leaton Gray. This occasional blog will shine light onto some of the current issues in privacy, data protection and related areas.

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