Data protection by design and default

März 2020

6 Insights

6 Insights

Data protection by design and default is not a new concept but it is now hardwired into GDPR compliance. What does it actually mean? We take a look at the GDPR requirements, regulator guidance, and offer practical tips on what to do and what not to do.

 

Beware 'dark patterns' – data protection regulators are watching

Lucie Audibert looks at the increasing regulatory scrutiny of dark patterns and nudge techniques in light of the GDPR DPDD requirement.

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Data protection by design and default – a tale of two business models

Jo Joyce looks at common issues faced by two different types of businesses trying to implement privacy by design and default.

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Data protection by design and default – the EU perspective

Our international team looks at the views of the EDPB and other EU regulators on DPDD.

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Data protection by design and default – the GDPR and ICO guidance

Debbie Heywood looks at what the GDPR and the ICO have to say about data protection by design and default.

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Data protection by design and default checklist

Tamara Mackay-Temesy covers a variety of key practical privacy by design and default issues to consider during the design process.

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Further protection for children's data – the Age Appropriate Design Code

Jo Joyce looks at the ICO's recently finalised Age Appropriate Design Code.

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