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Does your machine mind? Ethics and potential bias in the law of algorithms

The Law Society in London held a stimulating debate last week (June 14th, 2017) with the splendid title "Does your machine mind? Ethics and potential...

Legal Practice on the Edge of Disruption

The history of “disrupted” industries has one thing in common: At the beginning, the prevailing view in the industry is always that disruption could...

Collection of IP adresses for the purpose of legal proceedings

As has been widely discussed in the Danish tech media, in 2016 several law firms, including OPUS og Njord, have sent out letters to...

The right to object

The future General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") is good news for individuals – because they will be given additional and more powerful rights. This blog...

The right to be forgotten

The new General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") introduces "the right to be forgotten". The right will in certain circumstances enable the individual to control...

IFCLA Conference – 9 + 10 June: Some tough issues to think about

The IFCLA (International Federation of Computer Law Associations) conference last Thursday and Friday was provocative in the sense that it provoked lots of debate. It...

No right to derogation

There has been a lot of talk about the extended rights of the new General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") for individuals and the possibility...
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How to educate a Data Protection Officer?

According to the new EU general data protection regulation, a DPO must have 'expert knowledge' regarding the processing of personal data and related practice....

The UK’s draft Investigatory Powers Bill – Three Times Cursed?

  The UK is going through the painful process of rewriting its interception laws following the Snowden revelations. At the same time it is reviewing...

Is your company required to have a Data Protection Officer?

Is your company required to have a Data Protection Officer? According to the future General Data Protection Regulation – possibly! It all depends on...