6 September 2019
We have a fresh batch of content on our Taylor Wessing Global Data Hub site which provides you with insight and guidance on data privacy issues.
The online and social media age has brought new, much publicised pressures to bear on children. Additional protections apply to children in the online environment, not least to the way their personal data can be used. We look at data protection and other issues when dealing with children online and at the special considerations which apply to processing their personal data.
Sally Annereau looks at how the very tools we use to protect our children may infringe their privacy.
Debbie Heywood looks at GDPR provisions on children's data and at ICO GDPR guidance.
Jo Joyce looks at some of the potential compliance issues for businesses around the ICO's draft Age Appropriate Design Code.
We look at areas of regulation outside the realm of data protection which help protect children online.
A checklist to help ensure compliance with rules around data protection and age appropriate design.
A table listing current rules around digital consent.
by multiple authors