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In anticipation of the extension of the off-payroll rules to the private sector in April 2020, the Government has published its draft legislation together with explanatory notes, policy paper and...Read More
Property businesses and Data Protection Compliance: estate agency fined £80,000 for failing to keep tenants’ data safe
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has just announced it is fining estate agency Life at Parliament View Ltd (LPVL) (trading as LiFE Residential) for leaving 18,610 customers' personal data exposed...Read More
Background Competition authorities around the world have been struggling with how to regulate online platforms. Concerns have been raised about firms’ use of people’s data, the market power or ‘gatekeeper’...Read More
This article was first written for the Western Mail, published on 20 June 2019. With Uber set to ban passengers with poor ratings, Karl Foster, of Blake Morgan, explores the...Read More
Today marks the start of London Tech Week – firmly putting tech on the business agenda. The Prime Minister herself is speaking at a roundtable for leading tech companies. She...Read More
Regulating Artificial Intelligence (AI) – The OECD's new Recommendation and what it means for UK AI-driven businesses
Today the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) formally adopted its recommendation on AI – the first intergovernmental standard on this area. The OECD represents most major industrialised nations,...Read More