The General Data Protection Regulation came into effect on 25th May 2018 and it caused a media frenzy, as well as increased anxiety for companies across all industries and sectors. Hardly surprising, considering that companies can expect to pay a maximum fine of €20 million or 4% of their global turnover should they be found to be non-compliant.Read More
One of the most disputed aspects of GDPR has been article 17’s “right to be forgotten”, which gives individuals the right to request that personal data be erased in certain circumstances.Read More
Social media checking is now a standard part of pre-employment screening. According to recent research by YouGov, up to 80% of employers are likely to check a candidateï¿½s social media accounts as part of their recruitment and onboarding procedure.