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Data Protection, Privacy and emarketing

Compliance with EU data protection and privacy laws is a growing challenge for both EU businesses and those, such as US corporates, doing businesses in the EU directly or through branches or subsidiaries.

Many businesses now realise that ethical data protection practices are essential, both for maintenance of customer goodwill and for legal risk management.

We take a commercial, pragmatic and creative approach to data protection compliance. We provide strategic advice on:

  • compliance with data protection vis-a-vis your customers and business contacts
  • compliance with data protection vis-a-vis your employees, including recruitment and selection 
  • communications monitoring 
  • privacy policies, information security policies and data retention policies 
  • cross-border data transfers 
  • compliance with e-marketing and cookie regulations 
  • defensive regulatory actions 
  • enforcement of rights

For more information on Cyber Security click here

For updates and comment on UK and EU Data Protection and Privacy laws and on Cyber Security, please see our blog at www.idatalaw.com


Recent news, articles and deals:

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Facebook, WhatsApp and mission creepmore
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Data protection essentialsmore
Data Shake-up: Protecting Yourself From Data Protectionmore
Data security breaches - current postion and future developmentsmore
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Listening In – Monitoring and Recording Telephone Callsmore
ICO guidance on civil monetary penaltiesmore
Microsoft may provide EU cloud customer data to US law enforcersmore
The trouble with phone hackingmore
Article 29 Working Party - Consent for Geolocation Servicesmore
New Cookies Regulationmore

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Nigel Miller
Direct dial: +44 (0)7973 641 158


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