Tag Archives: dpreform

GDPR is not Y2K

Listen to our March 2018 podcast answering your questions on GDPR myths. By Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham. I’ve been pleased to hear from many of you that the eight GDPR myth busting blogs we’ve run this year have been helpful … Continue reading

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ICO seeks comment on draft Children and GDPR guidance

By Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner. Children today are truly digital natives. With that in mind, we need to ensure that they have the tools to be contributing digital citizens. This means that the protection of children’s personal data is fundamentally … Continue reading

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Changes to Binding Corporate Rules applications to the ICO

By James Dipple-Johnstone, ICO Deputy Commissioner – Operations. The Information Commissioner’s Office is widely recognised as a leader in Binding Corporate Rules (BCR) authorisations.  Around 25 per cent of the BCRs approved across Europe so far have been authorised by … Continue reading

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European guidance published – profiling and breach reporting

By Jo Pedder, Head of Policy and Engagement. The Article 29 Working Party – the group of EU data protection authorities charged with agreeing European-wide guidance on GDPR – has published guidelines on profiling and breach reporting. Guidelines on administrative … Continue reading

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ICO fee and registration changes next year

Update: On 21 February 2018, the Government announced a new charging structure for data controllers to ensure the continued funding of the Information Commissioner’s Office. Click here to read our press release. By Paul Arnold, Deputy Chief Executive. As we … Continue reading

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GDPR – setting the record straight on data breach reporting

Listen to our March 2018 podcast answering your questions on GDPR myths. By Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner. Our series of blogs continues to sort the fact from the fiction by busting some of the myths around the General Data Protection … Continue reading

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GDPR is an evolution in data protection, not a burdensome revolution

Listen to our March 2018 podcast answering your questions on GDPR myths. By Steve Wood, Deputy Commissioner (Policy). Our new series of blogs aiming to bust some of the myths that have developed around the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) … Continue reading

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Consent is not the ‘silver bullet’ for GDPR compliance

Listen to our March 2018 podcast answering your questions on GDPR myths. By Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner. Last week I launched a series of blogs to bust some of the myths that have developed around the General Data Protection Regulation … Continue reading

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GDPR – sorting the fact from the fiction

Listen to our March 2018 podcast answering your questions on GDPR myths. By Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner. The General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on 25 May 2018. That’s not new news. But it is a fact. It’s also … Continue reading

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Interesting times, and how we navigate them

My term in office is five years, and it’s abundantly clear to me as the first year draws to a close, ‘interesting times’ will be a recurring theme of my term. GDPR, Brexit, and whatever follows those two. Add to that a general election too. Continue reading

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