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.More
A raft of regulation surrounds financial data collection and sharing in the EU and UK, creating a complex environment for financial companies. There is only more to come, particularly from the EU which is focused on facilitating sharing financial data to foster innovation and benefit consumers. We look at some of the current hot topics involving financial data including digital IDs and embedded finance, and at incoming legislation including DORA, the Data Act, and FIDA. We also review the UK and EU framework around financial data incident management and reporting.
Managing HR data is an ongoing exercise for employers. We look at data protection requirements for HR data in light of current and incoming law and in the context of recent developments, covering SARs, the EU Whistleblowing Directive, employee monitoring and data breaches as well as top tips for employers.More
Data exports continue to be high on the agenda but data sharing (of personal and non-personal data) is being looked at much more widely by the EU and the UK in the context of providing individuals with control over their data, opening up the potential of big data, and breaking down barriers to competition. We look at incoming EU legislation relating to data sharing with particular focus on the draft Data Act, as well as at the ICO's Code of Practice on Data Sharing, Privacy Shield 2.0 and data sharing requirements for the UK's Pensions Dashboard.More
Personal health data attracts special protection but also benefits from exemptions under UK and EU data protection law. Have legislators and regulators got the balance between innovation and privacy right or do the rules overly restrict advances in healthcare provision and research?More
We look at the UK's implementation of the GDPR journalistic exemption, at the ICO's recently published draft Code of Practice on journalism, the use of data protection law in media cases, and at the tensions between the right to privacy and to freedom of expression.More
Spanish Supervisory Authority’s approach to biometrics
ECIJA's Elena Peña looks at the evolution of the AEPD's thinking on biometric data.
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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.
by Megan Lukins
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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.
by Mary Rendle
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Transforming how data is collected from the UK financial sector
Daniel Hirschfield looks at the joint data transformation programme, which is being led by the UK's financial regulators to transform how data is collected from the UK financial sector.
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