In which I combine exasperation with well-meant advice, on the topic of lawyers who aren’t data protection experts but give data protection advice nonetheless
A slightly sweary but kindly-intended open letter to the information security profession on the topic of data protection
Oh gods, the UK government’s answer to everything is ‘more surveillance’. This time, it’s the question of how to stop people from being mean to each other online.
What marketers need to know about ‘legitimate interests’ but everyone else is too polite to say
Be warned….if you’re going to claim you take my privacy seriously, then I will require you to demonstrate that. And I will make a fuss if you don’t.
Some GDPR myths keep coming back like zombies. Here are some of the worst
What does ‘human error’ really mean, and is it a good enough excuse for an organisation to use when something goes wrong?
What is even the point of data protection law? Basically, to protect people from each other. Shame that’s often overlooked.