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abril 2021

Social Media vs. Children’s Privacy Rights

Social Media vs. Children’s Privacy Rights

Children are actively present online at an ever-younger age and the risks associated with the processing of their personal data, by the likes of TikTo ...

Grindr’s consent rules are “no match” for the GDPR

Grindr’s consent rules are “no match” for the GDPR

The Norwegian Data Protection Authority (the “Norwegian DPA”) has notified Grindr LLC (“Grindr”) of its intent to issue a €10 million fine (c. 10% of ...

Polish DPA Fines Entrepreneur for Ignoring Order to Notify Data Subjects

Polish DPA Fines Entrepreneur for Ignoring Order to Notify Data Subjects

The Polish Data Protection Authority (the “Polish DPA”) has imposed an administrative fine amounting to EUR 20,000 (PNL 85,000) on an entrepreneur for ...

“Walking bar codes”, Swedish Police and the use of Facial Recognition Technology

“Walking bar codes”, Swedish Police and the use of Facial Recognition Technology

The Dutch Data Protection Authority (“DPA”) issued a formal warning to a Dutch supermarket for use of facial recognition technology (“FRT”) in its sto ...

DAC Beachcroft France revisite la structuration des collaborateurs

DAC Beachcroft France revisite la structuration des collaborateurs

DAC Beachcroft France a initié une profonde réflexion sur la structuration des collaborateurs afin de respecter le statut libéral de l’exercice de la ...

Data And Cyber Bulletin - April 2021

Data And Cyber Bulletin - April 2021

We are delighted to welcome you to the first edition of our monthly Data And Cyber Bulletin. Each month, we will bring you key data risk and cyber upd ...

The draft EU AI Regulation – what you need to know

The draft EU AI Regulation – what you need to know

There is a new legislative regime on the horizon; one which has been coming for a while now - as authorities worldwide have considered whether and how ...

Covid Related Claims: Taking action against employees who refuse to attend the workplace due to worries about covid infection

Covid Related Claims: Taking action against employees who refuse to attend the workplace due to worries about covid infection

An employee who was dismissed for refusing to attend the workplace because he was worried about Covid infection was not automatically unfairly dismiss ...

Disability Discrimination: Determining whether an impairment has a substantial adverse effect

Disability Discrimination: Determining whether an impairment has a substantial adverse effect

In this case, the EAT considered how to approach the question of whether an impairment has a substantial adverse effect on a claimant’s ability to car ...

Sex Discrimination: No discrimination where an employer does not pay enhanced shared parental pay but does pay enhanced adoption pay

Sex Discrimination: No discrimination where an employer does not pay enhanced shared parental pay but does pay enhanced adoption pay

The EAT has upheld an employment tribunal’s decision that there is no sex discrimination where an employer pays a man on shared parental leave less th ...