Articles - 5 tagged ‘Data Protection’ (Page 2 of 2)
Twitter Abuse: Law and Myth
Caroline Criado-Perez is one in a long line of female campaigners who have suffered a violent tirade of on-line abuse after speaking out on sexism. Depressingly, the response to Criado-Perez has generated more heat than light.
In part, this may be because of prevalent myths about the legal status of Twitter (and other online platforms).
Britain Defends Its Right to Red, White and Blue Tape
Chris Grayling - the UK's first non-lawyer Lord Chancellor since 1672 - is on a collision course with the European Commission over its proposed new Regulation and Directive on data protection, which contain important proposals intended to update data protection law for the internet age, and to harmonise it across Europe.