All U.K. GDPR articles
‘Divergence is coming’: Experts cast doubt on EU adopting U.K. GDPR reforms
Despite suggestions the European Union could look to the United Kingdom when considering future changes to the General Data Protection Regulation, legal experts question the impact planned U.K. reforms to the privacy law will have on multinational businesses.
TikTok fined $15.9M for violations of U.K. GDPR
Social media platform TikTok was fined £12.7 million (U.S. $15.9 million) by the U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office for using the personal data of children without parental consent and other violations of data protection mandates.
U.K. moves forward with GDPR reform bill
The U.K. government formally introduced a bill to reform the country’s data privacy laws in a manner projected to save British businesses “billions.”
EDPS: U.K. GDPR reforms could create friction with EU
The United Kingdom’s keenness to agree to its own data adequacy decisions with countries like the United States could become a contentious issue with the European Union, according to European Data Protection Supervisor Wojciech Wiewiórowski.
U.K. data reform plan seeks to reduce ‘unnecessary burdens’ of GDPR
The U.K. government announced plans to reform the country’s data privacy laws to simplify procedures for businesses and reduce red tape, but the proposals might clash with certain elements of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.