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Chalmin January Newsletter

Chalmin January Newsletter

Happy New Year! Here is the first newsletter of the year with a list of the guidance notes supplied by our DPC, a look at Doctor's records and news from around Europe. Chalmin Data January Newsletter

Chalmin November Newsletter

This month, our feature piece focuses on Breach Procedures, we also look at how Brexit could affect Irish companies that store data in the UK, international news and some tips on privacy notices. Chalmin November Newsletter

October Newsletter

October Newsletter

In our feature piece we have chosen to highlight the Planet 49 Case and Cookies et al

September Newsletter

In this month’s newsletter I look at Biometric data, loyalty cards and news of recent cases from around the world.

A Brexit reminder for Irish companies

          Are you an Irish company that transfers personal data to the UK ? The proposed withdrawal agreement would have preserved the status quo in data protection terms, at least until the end of the transition period in...

Chalmin Data Privacy – August Newsletter

In this issue we include some helpful tips on Privacy notices, App permissions and CCTV for nurseries, plus a look at recent and imminent rulings and an update on Brexit. Read the newsletter here: Chalmin Newsletter August

The use of CCTV and the principle of Transparency

The French Data Protection Authority CNIL recently fined a company €20,000 for constant video footage of employees. CNIL found that the company violated the GDPR by constantly filming its employees without their full knowledge over a period of more than 4 years. This...

Chalmin Data Privacy – July Newsletter

Welcome to the Chalmin Data Privacy Newsletter for July – this month we look at recent findings around transparency, what constitutes personal data and an app that did far more than users expected. Click the link to read the July Chalmin Newsletter

GDPR – One year on

On the 25thMay 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force. Whilst the new law was based on the same basic principles as the old one, it was a major overhaul and introduced some significant new requirements. This came as a shock to most...