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Dan Griffin

Posted 25 September 2018
by Dan Griffin .

GDPR – How to Use Legitimate Interest

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There are misconceptions about the use of legitimate interest as a lawful grounds for process under the GDPR (Article 6(1)(f) and Recital 47). This is not a catchall provision which allows you to process personal data where you cannot find…

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Dan Griffin

Posted 4 July 2018
by Dan Griffin .

Using Images Online Without Permission

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Using images online without permission is not as prevalent as you might think, purely because the law offers image owners substantial protection against theft, unauthorised use, or copyright infringement. Copyright applies to photographs, drawings, digital designs and even video content….

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Dan Griffin

Posted 23 January 2018
by Dan Griffin .

GDPR – Do you Need a Data Protection Officer?

The General Data Protection Regulation has introduced a mandatory requirement for all other organisations to consider whether they need to appoint a data protection officer. The purpose of this short insight is to provide some idea of whether organisations need…

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