Following the “Schrems 2” decision from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on 16 July 2020 invalidating the privacy shield((The Court of Justice invalidates Decision…
The use of video conferencing tools have surged with the COVID-19 pandemic. When organising virtual meetings, meeting organisers frequently request from attendees their consent to use the recording functionalities as it is convenient to prepare minutes, keep accurate records of the meetings and easier to share with colleagues who might not have been able to attend the meetings.
On January 12, 2021, the French Data Protection Authority (Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertes – the “CNIL”) held that French Ministry of the Interior (the “Ministry”) was unlawfully processing personal information through the use of drones equipped with cameras.
On the 16th of July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) invalidated the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield.
The fourth industrial revolution (“4IR”) is causing significant changes to the way we live, interact and do business. This is the future of technology, where objects, machines and various other devices connect with each other in a secure, networked environment.
Human error is the primary cause of personal data breaches
Reports have been circulating, over the past two days, that South Africa’s Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 (“POPIA”) could become law on 1 April 2020.
Biometrics is often presented as the most ergonomic and effective way of organising access control. And this is probably the case! Local Swedish authorities reported that teachers were spending 17,000 hours a year reporting on attendance
Biometrics is often presented as an ergonomic and effective alternative to using too many passwords that are too difficult to remember.