UK Report - Issue 119
17 January 2022
PUBLISHER'S COVER NOTE
- The future of data protection class actions following Lloyd v Google
Analysis by Mark Young, Louise Freeman, Fredericka Argent and Alexander Goodman of Covington & Burling.
- Long live the DPO!
The DPO is dead. Or at least, so the UK government’s consultation on the future of data protection in the UK would have us believe. By Alison Deighton of HelloDPO.
- Government proposals for DP reform create a lively debate
- Data analytics methods should address consumer privacy
- Contentious DSARs and how to cope with them
- How the BBC does ethical personalisation
- How to be a decent DPO
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
- ICO consults on regulatory policy
- New UK Information Commissioner
- Parliamentary committee calls for evidence on data sharing
- ICO fines Cabinet Office £500,000
- CMA welcomes Google’s changes to its Privacy Sandbox
- Algorithmic transparency
- Government proposes radical reform of the Human Rights Act
- UK - US Joint Statement on Deepening the Data Partnership
- Big tech has failed to self-regulate, says committee
- Controversy continues on immigration exemption
- ICO consults on DSAR guidance