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|21 Feb 2013||ELA response to ICO consultation on draft subject access code||Consultations|
|6 Mar 2012||ELA's Response to the Call for Evidence on EU Data Protection Proposals||Consultations|
|1 Mar 2012||Data protection dilemma||Richard Linskell, Speechly Bircham LLP||ELA Briefing||
The proposal from the European Commission for a new data protection regulation aims to meet the challenges posed by technological advances and increased use of the internet in business. While the p...
|5 Jan 2011||ELA's response to consultation on draft Data Sharing Code of Practice||Consultations|
|1 Aug 2010||Data protection bolstered||Marc Jones, Turbervilles||ELA Briefing||Under the second stage of the EU infringement procedures, the European Commission has requested that the UK strengthen its data protection authority powers so that it is EU Data Protection Directive (...|
|8 Apr 2009||Data Protection||Adele Martins, McGrath and Co||Lecture Notes|
|31 Mar 2009||British Standards consultation – draft specification for the management of personal information in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998||Consultations|
|1 Mar 2009||Employee Surveillance: What Are the Limits?||Akhlaq Choudhury, 11KBW||ELA Briefing||
Employees face increasing amounts of surveillance by employers seeking to protect commercial interests or arm themselves with evidence in the event of litigation. Whatever stance one might take as ...
|7 Jul 2008||Data Protection - Unravelling the myths of data protection for employment lawyers||Piers Leigh-Pollitt, Doyle Clayton||Lecture Notes|
|1 May 2008||Database rights for employment lawyers||Katy Meves and Sian Williams, Shoosmiths||ELA Briefing||Given the well known legal difficulties affecting employers seeking to protect their internal information against misuse by departing employees, the recent case of Crowson Fabrics Ltd v Rider suggests...|