Episode 3 – Trends in data protection enforcement

Episode 3 – Trends in data protection enforcement
Digital Download
Episode 3 – Trends in data protection enforcement
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Episode 3 November 23, 2021 00:10:15

Hosted By

Lizzie Williams

Show Notes

Trends in data protection enforcement’ is the third episode in our Digital Download series.


In this series we discuss topical issues in the digital and tech world and give you our expert views on the legal issues they give rise to. In episode three Lizzie Williams discusses recent GDPR enforcement trends in the UK and EU with Sacha Wilson and Shayna-Radhika Patel.


0:45
Q1 How has Brexit affected the enforcement landscape and what does it mean for businesses worried about GDPR fines?


2:20
Q2 What trends have we seen in enforcement over the last few years?


3:00
Q3 Has the pandemic affected enforcement? What does the landscape look like as we emerge from the depths of Covid?


5:00
Q4 What are the most common types of violations across Europe that have resulted in enforcement action so far?


5:50
Q5 Do smaller companies also need to be concerned?


8:00
Q6 Has the ICO shown any particular focus in terms of enforcement which companies should be aware of?

Host:

  • Lizzie Williams – Lizzie Williams is a Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution Group at Harbottle & Lewis. She advises on corporate, commercial and individual disputes, with a focus on disputes in the technology, media and entertainment sectors. Lizzie has a particular interest in disputes relating to innovative technologies and digital transformation.

Guests:

  • Sacha Wilson – Sacha is a partner in the Technology, Media and Entertainment team at Harbottle & Lewis and joint head of the firm’s cross-departmental Advertising Group. He is a commercial and regulatory lawyer with particular expertise in advertising, tech/digital, and data privacy. He has advised clients from a variety of sectors including some of the world’s best known brands, agencies, platforms and media companies. In relation to data privacy, Sacha has advised on all the key compliance areas and has worked with a large number of clients on their GDPR compliance programmes. Sacha has particular expertise in the data privacy aspects of marketing, adtech and digital media – he frequently advises on adtech vendor arrangements, programmatic advertising, mobile apps, and innovative digital marketing projects.

  • Shayna-Radhika Patel – Shayna is an associate in Harbottle & Lewis’ Technology, Media and Entertainment team and advises on a broad range of commercial agreements, intellectual property and data protection issues in this area. Shayna has particular experience advising on privacy matters, IP/IT commercial contracts and the commercialisation of various technologies including blockchain.

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