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British Airways faces a record fine for GDPR breach from ICO

The Information Commissioner’s Office has announced its intention to impose its biggest penalty to date and the first to be made public under the new GDPR rules. The proposed fine is £183m and relates to a data breach in 2018. In June 2018...

The RAPID Challenge - discovering the next great British innovation

Clayden Law is delighted to be supporting The RAPID Challenge. Created by Prodrive Ventures, the investment-arm of the world-leading motorsport and advanced technology group, Prodrive The RAPID Challenge is a new competition aimed specifically at...

Tech versus finance - three things that influence how a fintech startup pivots

We often talk about Fintech as a stand-alone sector in the sea of startups… but in reality it’s straddling two different industries with completely different cultures. So what about those cultures might influence how a startup develops? ...

Between dystopias - Balancing innovation, regulation and security in fintech

It’s hardly surprising that many of the people talking about fintech often slip into the habit of talking about dystopian futures – rarely in the realm of startups do we see such a collision of risk averse (or at least, risk aware) cultures all...

GDPR - one year on

With now over 1 year since the GDPR came into force and with the benefit of insight into early enforcement, it is a good time for organisations to carry out a review of their compliance with the new regulation. The big question which many have been asking is...

Draft Code of Practice for Online Services Whose Users Include Children

Over the last month the press has been full of comments about the ICO’s proposed code of practice for online services likely to be accessed by children. It applies to apps, connected toys, social media platforms, online games, educational websites and...

EU copyright directive passes with questions remaining over upload filters

On 15th April, 2019, the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market was approved by all EU legislative bodies. This aims to “modern[ise] EU copyright rules for European culture to flourish and circulate”. Member states are required to...

AI - What's it all about? A simple guide.

We all know when to talk about AI… and that it’s changing the face of how we all work and live… but it can be hard - even for those working in the tech world - to know exactly what it is and the opportunities (and risks) AI presents. ...

ICO blogs on meaningfulness of human involvement in AI systems

The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming ever more common in everyday tasks, making things faster and easier for businesses.  For example, AI systems can approve or reject a financial loan automatically, or they can assist recruitment teams...

European Commission takes action against online retailers

The European Commission has fined four consumer electronics manufacturers €110 million for forcing online retailers to adhere to fixed or minimum resale prices. Asus, Denon & Marantz, Philips and Pioneer have all been fined following a warning from...
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