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I didn’t write about the Taylor report last week because I wanted to digest it first – and I was walking on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path! West Wales in the sun is glorious, I recommend it – but back to Taylor… There’s much...
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Three companies before the courts for corporate manslaughter offences   It is still relatively rare for a company to be prosecuted for corporate manslaughter – prior to May 2017, just 20 companies had been successfully prosecuted since 2008. ...
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Information Commissioner’s Office revises code of practice to help businesses responding to subject access requests involving disproportional effort Responding to subject access requests (SARs) costs businesses time and money, but for most of the...
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Failure to ignore customers’ express instruction to opt-out of marketing e-mails costs Morrisons £10,500 A recent case highlights the need for businesses to respect the wishes of customers regarding direct marketing, or face a complaint and...
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Preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation – the latest from the Information Commissioner’s Office The GDPR will apply in the UK from 25 May 2018. With the prospect of a significant increase in fines for breaching the GDPR,...