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What a new UK GDPR law might look like

Rishi Sunak’s recent comments during the launch event for Treasury Connect have been used in the media to suggest that the UK is going to abandon GDPR entirely, and that there will be no alternative....

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Balancing safety guidance and privacy law in vaccination status

Employers risk breaking the law as they respond to UK government guidance about policing staff vaccination.

What Brexit and coronavirus mean for GDPR

Last month marked three years since the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Though the contents of the law have remained unchanged since 2018, Brexit and coronavirus mean...

British Airways faces record data breach fine: HR experts react

HR must have a robust plan for cyber attacks, according to experts commenting following the news that British Airways (BA) is facing a record fine over a data breach

HR bears brunt of GDPR compliance

One year on from the introduction of the GDPR, HR professionals report feeling burdened by the demands of data compliance and fear it could get worse post-Brexit

HR unaware of extent of employees' messaging app use

Research reveals that frontline staff frequently use messaging apps to communicate about work, leaving organisations vulnerable to regulatory and cyber risks

Third in HR fail to delete personal data

Six months on from the GDPR there are discrepancies between data protection policies and practices

Staff working out of hours could be violating GDPR

UK workers struggling to switch off outside of working hours could be breaching GDPR rules, according to Insurance2go

Employers should be cautious following Morrisons data ruling

Legal experts have warned that employers should be cautious following the Morrisons data breach verdict?

Collecting criminal records during recruitment not GDPR-compliant

Charity Unlock has issued guidance for employers around hiring candidates with criminal records