On 12 November, the European Commission published two sets of documents:
The UK High Court Finds Police Use of Automated Facial-Recognition Technology Permissible
On 4 September 2019, the High Court in England and Wales rejected a judicial review claim brought by Edward Bridges, a civil liberties campaigner (the “Claimant“) regarding the use of automated facial-recognition technology (“AFR“) by the Chief Constable of South Wales Police’s (“SWP“). The High Court dismissed claims that…
A Global Guide to Employee Data Privacy
The Employment & Benefits group is pleased to announce the publication of A Global Guide to Employee Data Privacy, the latest in our series of global guides.
Benefits of the Guide
Our largest guide to date, it is designed to help employers with operations in more than one country navigate the specific, and increasing,…
The GDPR: The Changes that Will Affect Your Business
Today, the GDPR replaces existing data protection laws throughout Europe and introduces significant changes and additional requirements that will have a wide-ranging impact on businesses around the world, irrespective of where they operate.