Monthly Archives: October 2019

GDPR, Class Actions and the Right to Compensation

In November 2018 we reported the decision of the English High Court in the case of Lloyd v Google [2018] EWHC 2599 (QB). In summary, Mr Lloyd, who is a consumer protection champion, was attempting to bring a ‘class action’ … Continue reading

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Reflections of an Act Now FOI Trainer

Susan Wolf writes… They say time flies when you are having fun. Well, I must have been having fun because I can’t quite believe I have been training with Act Now for over 12 months. Really where has the time … Continue reading

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Google v CNIL and the Right to be Forgotten

24th September 2019 is most likely to be remembered as the day the UK Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, had unlawfully prorogued Parliament. As media attention focussed on the constitutional implications of this landmark judgment, you … Continue reading

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Cyber Security Month is Here!

October is European Cyber Security Month. This is the EU’s annual awareness campaign that takes place each October across Europe. The aim is to raise awareness of cybersecurity threats, promote cybersecurity among citizens and organisations; and provide resources for online … Continue reading

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