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What the UK Brexit Vote Could Mean for Privacy

June 28, 2016

It is early days since the UK voted to leave the EU and there is still plenty of uncertainty along the road ahead. However, when it comes to privacy law, there are some certainties. Ralph O’Brien, Principal Consultant EU at TRUSTe reviews the options. In the short term the UK Data Protection Act 1998 is still the law of the land, a law that implements the older EU privacy directive EC/46/95 into UK national law. The UK ICO will continue to advise and enforce privacy upon global organisations, and individuals still have the privacy rights afforded by the 1998 Act. Whilst the … Continue reading What the UK Brexit Vote Could Mean for Privacy

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