Global Data Hub – 5 / 6 观点
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.
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.
Debbie Heywood looks at what the GDPR and the ICO have to say about data protection by design and default.
Jo Joyce looks at the ICO's recently finalised Age Appropriate Design Code.
Tamara Mackay-Temesy covers a variety of key practical privacy by design and default issues to consider during the design process.
Our international team looks at the views of the EDPB and other EU regulators on DPDD.
Lucie Audibert looks at the increasing regulatory scrutiny of dark patterns and nudge techniques in light of the GDPR DPDD requirement.
Jo Joyce looks at common issues faced by two different types of businesses trying to implement privacy by design and default.
AG advises CJEU to hold SCC Adequacy decision valid