Monitoring employees for potential disciplinary reasons is a standard part of the HR role, however a lack of awareness of how to do this within ICO guidelines and Data Protection best practice could end up in a costly tribunal for employers.
Do you monitor your employees? At a recent Employment Law Seminar1, I asked that question and hardly anyone showed hands. So I asked if anyone used CCTV, indoors or outdoors. I asked if…Read More
Added by Ellie Hurst on April 5, 2013 — Defero Law
We would like to thank Darlingtons for this guest post on a business imperative. Its always reassuring to have a legal perspective on Security.
“As a law firm offering specialist advice in areas including employment law and …Read More
Added by Ellie Hurst on November 14, 2012 — Defero Law
We were delighted to have a guest post on Data Protection from Riverview Law.
Its a big area for us and we are keen to get the message out as widely as possible to business. I'll post a bit here and a link if you want to read the whole thing.
From Peter Hartham…Read More
Added by Ellie Hurst on June 28, 2012 — Defero Law
Been hearing a lot of chatter lately about the demise of Lexcel. Mainly - it has to be said - in the Lexcel group on Linkedin. What does everyone here have to say about that.?
We have noticed an increase in the level of uptake in ISO27001, I imagine that its very comprehensive set of controls allows for a widespread use in commercial terms as well as being expected by many blue chip clients.
Anyway, I am planning a blog on our AdventIM blog but will also post here. I want to…Read More
Added by Richard Pettet on December 30, 2011 — Defero Law
In case you missed it, Microsoft opened a can of worms in June when they were the first US company to finally admit that they would release data from any of their global datacentres if requested by the US goverment under the patriot act. This contravenes European data privacy regulations, and when you consider the kinds of data…
Added by Angus Bradley on December 9, 2011 — Defero Law
After successfully representing a number of defendants in the recent ACS:Law copyright case, we believe that there are a legal implications…Read More
Added by Philip Henson on March 15, 2011 — Defero Law
Ralli are continuing to investigate allegations of harassment made by recipients of copyright infringement letters.
We have received considerable interest on these issues, and are continuing to urge innocent recipients of these letters to contact us.
Following recent events, we have also received… Read More
Added by Ralli on September 30, 2010 — Defero Law