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Case Law: Warren v DSG Retail, Data breach “privacy” claim struck out, giving some much needed clarity on ATE premiums – David Barker and Caroline Henzell.

On 30 July 2021, Saini J handed down judgment on the Defendant’s strike-out application in Warren v DSG Retail Limited [2021] EWHC 2168 (QB). His decision addresses the viability (or, more properly, the lack thereof) of breach of confidence (BoC) and misuse of private information (MPI) claims against data controllers who have suffered cyber attacks and, in so doing, provides much needed clarity on the recoverability of ATE adverse costs insurance premiums in such claims. Continue reading

Here’s how much your personal information is worth to cybercriminals, and what they do with it – Ravi Sen

Data breaches have become common, and billions of records are stolen worldwide every year. Most of the media coverage of data breaches tends to focus on how the breach happened, how many records were stolen and the financial and legal impact of the incident for organizations and individuals affected by the breach. But what happens to the data that is stolen during these incidents? Continue reading

Potential of Abuse: Article 30 (5) of the GDPR – Achyutam Swaroop Bhatnagar

While Article 30 of the European Union Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter ‘GDPR’)  is often talked about for its obligations of keeping records of processing, not much attention is paid to the exemption it provides to small organizations. The provision provides an exemption from record-keeping obligations under GDPR to organizations having an employee strength of less than 250. Continue reading

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