The ICO has now begun to use its enhanced enforcement powers under GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018 as has been seen in the cases of British Airways and Marriott Hotels. This session looks at the key issues that practitioners need to be aware of in this field over the next twelve months in order to stay ahead of the game.
- How does this affect the applicability of the GDPR?
- Will I need to appoint a representative in the EEA and vice versa?
- How can I continue to transfer personal data overseas in the event of a no deal Brexit?
- What is the latest guidance from the ICO concerning cookies?
- How will this (potentially) be changed by the E-Privacy Regulation?
Data subjects’ rights
- How is the right of access being applied in the light of recent case law?
- What is the correct approach to take to requests for erasure?
- What guidance has the ICO provided in the light of her experiences of eporting during the last twelve months?
- What is the most effective way to report security incidents?
- What lessons can be learned from the first examples of enforcement action under the GDPR?
- Can my organisation be vicariously liable for the criminal actions of our employees?
- Can compensation be awarded for distress as well as financial loss?
- How much compensation might a court award?
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