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May 25 has come and gone; we are all very aware of the GDPR, the European Union’s new set of data privacy laws.
While there are many similarities between the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (“POPIA”) and the General Data Protection Regulations, (“GDPR”) there are also many differences. 
There have been many instances where companies have wronged a group of people.  This could be a result of ill-manufactured products, contamination of food products or unsafe working conditions. 
You’ve got a great idea for an app, but you do not have the technical skill to create it on your own so you contract a software development company. 
Lawyers interpret legislation and advise accordingly and our advice isn’t cheap. 
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations (“the GDPR”) are set to become fully effective on 25 May 2018.
The Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 (“the CPA”) is one of the simplest pieces of legislation – and consequently, it provides for the plain and simple language in consumer contracts. 
Cloud technology has significantly changed the way we transfer and store information. By allowing us to store our files in a space with no physical boundaries, cloud technology allows us to have access to any file at any time and
The Department of Water and Sanitation has been under fire for its alleged unlawful ICT procurement procedures. 
Arguments can either diffuse or escalate quickly depending on the parties involved, but what do you do when your argument gets out of control?
Infrastructure and Telecommunications
Sasha Beharilal

GDPR: Data Protection Impact Assessments

While there are many similarities between the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (“POPIA”) and the General Data Protection Regulations, (“GDPR”) there are also many differences. 

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Administrative and Procurement Law
Sasha Beharilal

Class Actions: What, Why and How

There have been many instances where companies have wronged a group of people.  This could be a result of ill-manufactured products, contamination of food products or unsafe working conditions. 

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