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News that 10.6 million MGM hotel guests have had their details exposed could lead to questions as to whether they have protected their European guests in line with the law.
What if we transformed how we marketed our businesses from something that sees compliance as a nuisance to something that places respect in our customers?
That data that we always felt it was safer to have rather than not may actually represent a serious liability; should we be holding it at all?
Unusually for a lawyer, I came to data protection and privacy via marketing.
One of my first jobs was working for my aunt Margot in a little hotel she and her husband Colm ran in Dublin when I was a teenager.
Growing up, it strikes me that the invocation of God in our everyday language at home was incredibly pervasive.
Privacy it is said is the right to be left alone. But it can also represent the circumstances that enable us to overcome loneliness.
Often times creativity or knowledge-work is put down to a requirement for inspiration, or natural brilliance or some kind of muse, a source of ideas.
My path to the practice area of data protection and privacy which I focus on in my practice and my business today has been a winding one.
The Irish Data Commissioner is investigating whether the two tech giants are in breach of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.