Privacy and Data Protection


Privacy & Data Protection is EuropeÂ's leading English language journal on practical data protection compliance issues. The journal is an invaluable source of news, practical articles and expert guidance for professionals in the fields of data protection and information security. The Editorial Board comprises the world's leading experts in field of data protection and data privacy.and incorporates in-depth analyses of issues of importance to Data Protection Officers, Privacy Officers, lawyers as well as employers, local authorities and universities. The journal monitors practical and legal developments relating to the following topics:

  • Data Protection Act 1998

  • Directive 95/46/EC

  • Freedom of Information Act 2000

  • Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000

  • European Convention on Human Rights, Article 8

  • Relevant case law

  • US Safe Harbor rules

  • Employers Data Protection Code of Practice

  • Model contracts for data exports

  • Telecommunications (Data Protection and Privacy) Regulations

  • Privacy policies

  • Interception of Communications (Lawful Business Practice)Regulations 2000

  • Electronic Communications Directive

  • Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001

  • Print ISSN: 2049-5307


    Volume 21, Issue 8, 1 SEPTEMBER 2021

    PDP 21 8 (17)


    UK approves first certification schemes
    Garante publishes updated guidelines on cookies and other tracking technologies
    Scope of data subject access requests widened in Germany
    China's GDPR passed
    Irish regulator issued with timeframe for Whatsapp decision
    Latest GDPR fines
    EDPB reports on resources and enforcement actions

    ICO consults on international data transfer agreement
    Pharmacy's UK GDPR fine reduced on appeal
    Expert comment
    Out with the old, in with the new? A first look at the proposed UK approach to IDTs
    Practitioner Certificate in Data Protection
    UK data protection litigation — a burgeoning market that needs rebalancing
    Codes of Conduct for International Transfers
    What are Trusted Third Parties? (Part 1)