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This is an overview of the case Lloyd v Google LLC [2021] UKSC 50, in which the Supreme Court considered group litigation in data protection and whether it is possible to claim for ‘loss of control’ of personal data for the purpose of the representative procedure. It was before Lord Reed, Lady Arden, Lord Sales, Lord Leggatt and Lord Burrows. The d…
 
This is a podcast summarising the developments in data protection and privacy in 2020. The cases mentioned in this podcast are: Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland Limited, Maximillian Schrems C-311/18, the so-called ‘Schrems II’ case Privacy International v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs C-623/17 La Quadrature …
 
This is a podcast about the Right to be Forgotten and Article 17 of the GDPR. It sets out the background to the right and outlines some important cases and recent decisions. The cases mentioned in this podcast are: Google Spain SL, Google Inc. v Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD), Mario Costeja González, Court of Justice (Grand Chamber)…
 
This is a summary of the judgment R (Bridges) v the Chief Constable of South Wales Police [2020] EWCA Civ 1058. The Court of Appeal considered whether or not the use of automated facial recognition technology by the police breached Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights and whether they had complied with the public sector equality dut…
 
Summary This is the second of two podcasts that summarise the ongoing litigation challenging the validity of legal mechanisms for international data transfers from Europe. The so-called ‘Schrems II’ case – Data Protection Commissioner v Facebook Ireland Limited, Maximillian Schrems C-311/18 – has led to the CJEU invalidating the EU-U.S. Privacy Shi…
 
Summary This is the first of two podcasts that will summarise the ongoing litigation challenging the validity of legal mechanisms for international data transfers from Europe. The so-called ‘Schrems I’ case – Maxmillian Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner (C-362/14) – led to the CJEU invalidating the Safe Harbour Agreement in 2015. The Safe Harb…
 
This is an overview of the case ZXC v Bloomberg LP, where the Court of Appeal considered the privacy rights of suspects in criminal investigations. It was before Lord Justice Underhill, Lord Justice Bean and Lord Justice Simon. The decision was unanimous and upheld Mr Justice Nicklin’s judgment in the High Court. The Facts ZXC was a businessman. He…
 
Summary The Supreme Court considered the question of whether or not a company is vicariously liable for data breaches as a result of illegal acts by employees. It was before Lady Hale, Lord Reed, Lord Kerr, Lord Hodge, and Lord Lloyd-Jones. It was a unanimous decision that overturned the Court of Appeal decision that had found Morrisons liable. The…
 
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