The wide definition of “trade secrets” in the new eponymous directive means that marketers should not ignore its potential implications. Ben Dunham reports.
As marketers are alerted to the exciting possibilities of cutting edge “hidden display technology,” Georgina Graham sounds a data protection warning.
The ink is almost dry on the long-awaited General Data Protection Regulation. What are the likely key impacts for UK marketers and adtech service providers? Catch Nick Johnson and Stephen Groom’s slides from a recent breakfast briefing here.
Citing the reputational damage caused by the case as a mitigating factor, the Information Commissioner’s Office has imposed a £130,000 fine on NHS-approved online pharmacy Pharmacy2U. Stephen Groom explains why the case breaks new ground.
The Money Shop’s measures to ensure the protection of personal data left a lot to be desired. How did the ICO react? Daisy Jones reports.
The Chancery Division of the High Court has judged on whether a refusal to comply with a series of subject access requests under the Data Protection Act was lawful. Barney Sich considers the judgment.
Progress towards adoption of an EU “Trade Secrets Directive” is quickening. With the key elements of the measure now becoming clearer, Barney Sich reports on its potential relevance for advertisers and agencies.
“Consumers are fed up with being taken for fools by big brands” says head UK privacy law enforcer Christopher Graham in the foreword to his Annual Report and Financial Statements 2013-2014. What’s eating the data regulator? Emma Harrington reports.