EUGeneral Data Protection Regulation Discussion BroadcastThe Assistant European Data Protection Supervisor and the Rapporteur for the Data Protection Regulation have discussed the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). They noted that the timeline that had been set for the end of 2015 was nearing, but there was optimism that there could be political agreement in this time. There are still some core compromises needed: for example, in relation to the requirement for a mandatory data protection officer, the question of consent and other grounds for processing data (in particular legitimate interests for processing), but the position is moving toward a consensus. All parties foresee that the implementation period will be two years once the regulation is finalised.EU Agency for Fundamental Rights Report on SurveillanceThe EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has published its report focussing on the legal framework governing surveillance by intelligence powers. The report also … [Read more...] about EU Weekly Data Privacy Alert – 23 November 2015
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PUBLISHED: 10:43 21 March 2018 | UPDATED: 11:11 21 March 2018 Mike Brooke Mayor John Biggs launches Labour's official manifesto in run-up to Tower Hamlets council elections in May. Picture: Mike Brooke Mike Brooke Labour’s mayor of Tower Hamlets has thrown down the gauntlet to take on Downing Street and turn the council into “a fighting organisation” to stop any further cuts in police numbers if he is re-elected in May. Labour mayor John Biggs... "We need to be a campaigning body and make it clear to Downing Street that public safety depends on adequate policing." Picture: Mike Brooke John Biggs, who won his first term in 2015 after Lutfur Rahman was banned from office, made the pledge to tackle government spending cuts at the party’s Tower Hamlets manifesto launch last night. “We have lost 300 police and support officers because of government spending cuts,” he told the East London Advertiser at the launch. “We need to be a … [Read more...] about Mayor John Biggs challenges Downing Street over police cuts at Labour’s Tower Hamlets election manifesto launch
Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., slammed Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., for saying she thinks the Department of Homeland Security should be shuttered, calling her comments "outrageous." "I just don't know how extreme you can keep going," Rep. Biggs told Fox News' "America's Newsroom." "To eliminate the whole Department of Homeland security seems so outrageous to me." Rep. Ocasio-Cortez last week told New Yorker Radio the agency, formed in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, should be abolished because the United States needs to "undo a lot of the egregious mistakes that the (George W.) Bush administration did." She also argued the DHS should not have been created at all. "Don't forget, she doesn't want any internal enforcement for ICE," Biggs commented. "DHS has done, for better or worse, a pretty doggone good job quelling terrorist attacks in this country, as they were supposed to do. It is trying to enforce the laws. I don't know where she's coming from actually. I can't … [Read more...] about Rep. Biggs: ‘Don’t Know How Extreme’ AOC Will Keep Going
ENERGY AND CLIMATE DEBATE Congress returns from the Thanksgiving recess early next week to a full schedule starring the six-year reauthorization of federal highway programs, which expires December 4 now that chambers passed last week a two-week extension (H.R. 3996) of the Highway Trust Fund’s authority, as well as the omnibus spending bill to fund the government after December 11. Policy riders are likely to be the biggest obstacle to negotiating a final agreement, with potential environmental riders including the Environmental Protection Agency’s waters of the United States and ozone rules. Congress may also finalize a tax extenders agreement before the end of the year. When Congress returns next year for a schedule truncated by the presidential election, the House will arrive January 5 for 28 weeks and the Senate January 11 for 31 weeks, both punctuated by extended recesses throughout the year, though with eyes on issues such as cybersecurity, tax reform, and … [Read more...] about November 24, 2015 – Energy & Environmental Law Update