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Judicial thinking on data protection – hear from Matthew Alderton on recent case

16 April 2019

Since the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018 came into force, Matthew takes a look at recent case law on some important and novel data protection issues.

Matthew’s session focuses on data protection and in particular the recent case law on subject access requests. Watch our short highlight video to hear the outcome of the case.

Matthew also discusses how complying with GDPR is a continuing obligation and how businesses need to look at the information they hold, why they hold that information and whether they need to bring into place any changes to their systems to ensure that they are continuing to comply with the GDPR obligations.


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