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Global Data Hub

Drawing on our international expertise to provide you with insight and guidance on data privacy issues.

Children's data and online harms

We look at some of the latest guidance and regulation relating to processing children's personal data with a focus on the UK, Spain and the USA. We also look at the use of children's data in the context of protecting them from harmful online content using age verification and assurance, at the overlap between the ICO's Children's Code and the UK's Online Safety Act, and at the issues engaged when children's personal data is used to train or is otherwise processed by AI.

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Age verification and age assurance – data protection and online safety

Megan Lukins looks at recently updated ICO guidance on data protection compliance when using age verification to protect children from harmful online content, particularly in the context of the UK's Online Safety Act.

8 February 2024

by Megan Lukins

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Inheriting the future – children, AI and data

Victoria Hordern looks at the impact of AI on children, and at the role of AI and data protection legislation in protecting them from potential AI-related harms.

8 February 2024

by Victoria Hordern

3 of 4 Insights

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Can facial recognition technology be the answer to the 'shoplifting epidemic'?

Sally Annereau looks at the privacy considerations around using facial recognition technology in retail spaces.

13 November 2023

by Sally Annereau

4 of 5 Insights

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Spanish Supervisory Authority’s approach to biometrics

ECIJA's Elena Peña looks at the evolution of the AEPD's thinking on biometric data.

13 November 2023

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The UK and EU approach to regulating AI in FRTs

Matt Quezada looks at the distinctions between the approaches of the EU and UK to regulating AI in facial recognition technologies.

13 November 2023

by Matt Quezada

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UK ICO's draft guidance on biometric data

Debbie Heywood looks at the first half of the ICO's draft guidance on biometric data and technologies.

13 November 2023

by Debbie Heywood

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Use of biometrics and FRT for monitoring in the workplace

Megan Lukins looks at what the ICO's new guidance on monitoring workers says about using biometrics and FRT.

13 November 2023

by Megan Lukins

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Digital identities in financial services: navigating risks and seizing opportunities

Kelly Burke and Matthias Brenner look at the role of regulation in raising trust in digital IDs.

18 September 2023

by Kelly Burke and Matthias Brenner

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Financial data: incident reporting and management

Mary Rendle looks at the sometimes overlapping requirements on financial organisations in the UK and EU in the event of an ICT-related incident or other data breach.

18 September 2023

by Mary Rendle

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