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Month: October 2016 (Page 1 of 5)

Case Law, CJEU: Breyer v Germany, Dynamic IP addresses will (very?) often be personal data and German Law is too restrictive – Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon

breyer-636x310In the case of C‑582/14 Breyer v Bundesrepublik Deutschland  the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has delivered another landmark judgment concerning the proper characterisation of IP addresses and the compatibility of German national law with Article 7(f) of the Data Protection Directive (DPD). Continue reading

“The terrifying tale of how Britain’s most secret court imprisoned a grandmother” (AKA Court enforces its own orders and publishes judgment for the world to see)

court-of-protectionThis week Christopher Booker, chose this as his topic for his Sunday Telegraph column “The terrifying tale of how Britain’s most secret court imprisoned a grandmother“. This is of course a very worrying headline. The article itself is also likely to raise concern about this secretive court, that goes about locking up poor defenceless grannies. Continue reading

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