GDPR: Some practical tips for barristers

I recently presented at a GDPR and Cybercrime training session for a wonderful group of Fee Earners, who are members of a Barristers Chambers. During training I was asked some very interesting questions and as a group these issues were openly discussed. I was so impressed with the healthy discussions, I thought I would share some of the scenarios and the suggested solutions. Scenario one Article 5(1)(f) of the GDPR requires that personal data shall be: “processed in a manner that ensures appropriate security of the personal data, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage, using appropriate technical or organisational m


Call me pedantic, but I like precision when I’m talking about compliance. Don’t get me started on 5MLD (which does not currently exist!). Yesterday I was invited to speak at the Internet of Agreements conference on Identity. I was giving the legal perspective, specifically around AML/KYC. The audience was, in the main, people working on blockchain solutions. It was absolutely fascinating to be in a room with people trying to solve issues with technology, and this group specifically were concerned with ensuring people involved in a blockchain contract could trust the other person was who they said they were. Most of the technical content went over my head if I’m honest, I don’t know one end o

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