Emily Carter explores anticipated developments in the realm of data protection
Hywel Jenkins and Kate Macmillan dissect the recent fine imposed by the UK financial services regulator over the data breach suffered by Equifax Ltd
Hanna Basha, Mark Jones and Francesca Sargent discuss the application of the law to seek civil and criminal remedies for deepfakes
Mark Anderson discusses strategies for managing a cyber breach response in multiple jurisdictions, emphasizing approaches in Australia and New Zealand
James Castro-Edwards dissects the recent First-tier Tribunal’s ruling in Clearview AI Inc v The Information Commissioner  UKFTT 819 (GRC) (17 October 2023)
The UK's proposed bill modifies GDPR regulations, prompting debates over user privacy and EU data relations, says Alison Berryman
Antony O’Loughlin finds out why the Online Safety Bill has been years in the making – and examines the potential impact of this controversial legislation.
In an increasingly data driven world, cyber-attacks are more prolific and damaging than ever before, says Matt Dowson.