Article Database - Topic: 'Data protection' - Keyword: 'GDPR'

 
ICO’s new guidance on criminal offence data Publication date: 19.11.2020
Article database » Data protection » GDPR
In November 2020 the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) released new guidance on the processing of criminal offence data. Does it apply where an employee is only suspected of committing a criminal offence?
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Recording video meetings: a good or bad idea? Publication date: 17.09.2020
Article database » Data protection » GDPR
You’re considering recording all video calls involving your employees as this would mean that you would have a detailed record of what was discussed. Is this a good or bad idea?
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Coronavirus and GDPR breaches Publication date: 08.04.2020
Article database » Data protection » GDPR
During the coronavirus pandemic it’s possible that employers and their employees might inadvertently breach the GDPR. If this happens are you at risk of enforcement action?
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CCd external recipients in error - must you tell the ICO? Publication date: 20.11.2019
Article database » Data protection » Information commissioner
An e-mail has gone out to a list of external recipients. Unfortunately, the employee CCd everyone rather than BCCing them in. All names and e-mail addresses could be seen. Must this data breach be reported to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)?
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GDPR: €150,000 fine for getting “consent” wrong Publication date: 26.09.2019
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PwC has been fined €150,000 after it wrongly used consent as the basis for processing its employees’ personal data. What’s the problem with relying on consent when you’re processing employment-related personal data?
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GDPR - privacy notices still missing Publication date: 03.07.2019
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The GDPR had its first birthday in May 2019. However, many smaller employers still haven’t got their mandatory privacy notices in place. What must you have by law?
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Q&A - talking about medical conditions Publication date: 24.05.2019
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Q&A - talking about medical conditions..Q. If an employee has a medical condition and it is verbally disclosed to another person in conversation, e.g. their line manager tells a colleague, will that be an unlawful disclosure under the GDPR ? A. Quite possibly. Under the GDPR , personal data relating to an employee’s health is classed as special...
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Employee refusing to release a medical report Publication date: 10.05.2019
Article database » Data protection » GDPR
You’ve recently referred an employee to an occupational health advisor for a report on their fitness to work. However, the employee is now refusing to allow the report to be released to you. Can you proceed and, if so, how?
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Q&A - sending e-mails to personal accounts Publication date: 07.03.2019
Article database » Data protection » GDPR
Q&A - sending e-mails to personal accounts..Q. We’ve discovered that one of our employees routinely forwards work e-mails and related documentation to their personal e-mail account so they can catch up with correspondence etc. during evenings and weekends at home. Then they send the completed work back to their work e-mail account. Is this a potential...
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Employee photos on websites and the GDPR Publication date: 24.08.2018
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You would like to create a “meet the team” section on your website which has photos of all key staff and a description of their job role. Where do you stand on this legally now that the GDPR is in force?
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