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In the midst of the news of screeching U-turns on tax rates yesterday you would be forgiven for having missed Michelle Donelan's...
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A blog post by the ICO marking the one year anniversary of the introduction of the Age Appropriate Design Code (AADC) in the UK, serves...
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BMW caused a stir this month when it announced a new paid-for subscription service for some of its vehicles. Subscription services in...
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This week the ICO published its strategic plan for the next three years in a document called ICO25. This not only offers an overview of...
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On Thursday 16 June, the Department of Media, Culture & Sport (DCMS) published the response to its Data Reform consultation, outlining...
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On the fourth anniversary of the GDPR, some of us from the Bristows data team spoke about a few of the most interesting (and...
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This analysis was first published on Lexis®PSL on 17 May 2022. What does the proposal for the EU Data Act mean for the planned revision...
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On 18 April, the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit concluded in hiQ Labs, Inc. v LinkedIn Corp. that LinkedIn cannot prevent hiQ...
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This article is the second in a two part series about the use of surveillance technologies in vehicles. The first part, relating to...
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Although we talk about AI systems as being capable of ‘human’ or ‘intelligent’ behaviour, it is generally machine learning that enables...
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A few weeks ago the ICO brought out new guidance on the use of video surveillance technologies. The guidance explores the use of...
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According to a press release from the Department of Health and Social Care, NHS England will pilot a scheme requiring AI developers to...