Thursday February 20, 2020

Privacy of data is a basic right of all EU citizens

Ireland’s data watchdog is the enforcer when breaches occur, but it also offers valuable guidance and advice

5th August, 2018

The title of the Data Protection Commission doesn’t give many obvious clues as to the role and remit of this national authority. Just when you thought it was safe to open your Sunday newspaper again without being hit with endless stories about the GDPR and data security, I thought it might be an apt time, given the understandable current scrutiny of social media platforms, to set out where current regulation in this area is focused....

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