Researching how to report to a Regulator is protected

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researching how to report to a regulator

The case of Bilsbrough -v- Berry Marketing Services [2018] involved an employee who researched how to blow the whistle. The Tribunal confirmed that because the employee was researching how to report to a regulator he can rely on the same legal protections as actual whistleblower’s.

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Lawyers warned over potentially negligent GDPR advice

A legal compliance expert has warned that lawyers may need to take action over potential breaches of data protection rules.

Brian Rogers, Director of Regulation and Compliance Services for Riliance, said those who advised businesses how to comply with new GDPR rules last May should revisit that advice – and even contact clients to admit they made a mistake.

Rogers spoke to the Gazette after lawyers were publicly criticised last month by Chris Combemale, Chief Executive of the marketing network DMA Group. Combemale told a Westminster Legal Policy Forum conference that many of the 1,000 DMA members had been wrongly told to focus on consent as the basis for processing data.

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Google must delete links to articles in “Right to be Forgotten” case

Google was ordered to take down links to articles about the historic criminal convictions of a businessman.

Two businessmen (NT1 & NT2) convicted of criminal offences many years ago brought claims made under Data Protection law and the English law tort of misuse of private information, for the “right to be forgotten” or, more accurately, the right to have personal information “delisted” or “deindexed” by providers of internet search engines (“ISEs”)

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