Tag Archives: Privacy

Looking Ahead to 2013

By Stephen Mosley, Co-Chair, PICTFOR Any attempt at predicting developments within the technology industry will always be laced with a degree of guesswork. But while the goalposts are continually moving, there are a few constants that we can safely assume will remain near the top of the agenda for the coming 12 months. Broadband, for […]

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Google, data protection and privacy

Bursonn-Marstelle hosted a useful event in their new offices, which are at the north end of Covent Garden. The event was organised by the Initiative for a Competitive Online Market Place (ICOMP): Protecting the consumer; privacy in digital age. The panellists were  Christopher Graham, the UK Information Commissioner, Georgina Nelson LLP from Which? and Pamela Jones Harbour LLP […]

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Call for written evidence on Privacy and Injunctions

          Eric Joyce MP is a member of the Houses of Commons and Lords Joint Committee on Privacy and Injunctions. This was set up by agreement between the prime minister and the opposition following well-known recent privacy and injunction breaches in parts of the media and on social media. The consultation closes on […]

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