The Head of the Spanish Data Protection Authority (AEPD) has announced that a draft bill to reform the current Spanish Data Protection Act (LOPD) is in the works for early 2017. With GDPR coming into force across the EU in May 2018, why is Spain doing this? What does this mean for controllers and processors operating in Spain? and what can be expected from this reform?
The field of the Internet of Things ("IoT") is developing and expanding at a dizzying speed. More and more of our devices are "smart" devices, connected to the internet, from our phones to our watches and even our fridges. The increased use of this technology is seen across the board in the post-millennials, who have never known a world without it. In this blog we analyse why children may be accessing your IoT and why that means you have privacy responsibilities."
Getting to know the General Data Protection Regulation, Part 3 – If you receive personal data from a third party, you may need to "re-think" your legal justification for processing it
One of the most hotly debated issues of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is that of consent. The controversy arises from the proposed stricter requirements for consent and reforms to