There is a general lack of understanding amongst IT professionals regarding exactly what they needed to change in everyday processes to achieve regulatory compliance (under GDPR).
A businessman, whose "right to be forgotten" request was denied by Google to "defend the public's right to access lawful information", has filed a lawsuit in the high court in a bid to make Google remove references to his criminal past.
As the GDPR clock ticks down to implementation, it is clear that this will not be a non-event like the Millennium Bug - it will happen and there will be dire consequences, potentially company-closures, in the event of non-compliance.
The leader of the Labour party has announced his intention to draw up a digital bill of rights, installing a constitutional settlement for online privacy for UK citizens
The biggest change in data privacy regulation to date has been ratified by the European Commission says James Walker. How might the new law affect you?
To extend the "right to be forgotten" ruling, Google will start removing certain search results across all domains in the European Union.
Google's appeal on the 'right to be forgotten' for all of their websites has been rejected by France.
The Information Commissioner's Office ordered Google to remove links to webpages detailing a minor crime and the company's prior removal of links related to the offence.