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Afraid of Data Protection? Become a Journalist

Justin Dear considers the journalism exception to data protection obligations and examines the meaning of the term journalist The issue of exemptions from data protection legislation has recently been raised again by a judgment in the Court of ... SCL.org, 1 month ago

Judith Vidal-Hall: Taking on the giant

a group of claimants in the United Kingdom, including myself, won what is being called a landmark victory against Google Inc. It handles three billion searches a day globally, exercises a virtual monopoly and is valued at around £250 billion. It is ...
 Index on Censorship1 week ago

Price must pay over privacy action

Katie Price must pay £200,000 into court to continue her privacy claim for misuse of confidential information against ex-husband Peter Andre and former manager Claire Powell. A senior official at London's High Court said that would be an ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago

Joint Letter to World Bank President Kim: Action Plan Inadequate Response to Resettlement Portfolio Review

Dear Dr. Kim, We write in response to the World Bank's Involuntary Resettlement Portfolio Review, and the Action Plan intended to address the findings of the Review, both released last month. As you have recognized, the findings of the Portfolio ...
 Human Rights Watch2 weeks ago

'Facebook Checks in Court, Feeling Grim' as Activists Push for Privacy

What does a 27 year old Austrian law graduate have in common with 25,000 other social media users? A lawsuit. Max Schrems and the 25,000 social networkers are suing Facebook fortracking their data and have filed a suit ina court inVienna foralleged ...
 Sputnik3 weeks ago

Cruddas 'unacceptable' and 'wrong' to sell access to David Cameron - So why must Sunday Times still pay him £50k?

The Sunday Times filmed Tory co-Treasurer Peter Cruddas admitting that a foreign company could gain access to David Cameron and influence Government policy if it paid the party £250,000 a year. Today, Appeal Court judge Lord Justice Jackson said ...
 Press Gazette1 month ago Cruddas 'offered access to Cameron'  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago
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