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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Democrats need to "move a bit" on negotiating an end to the government shutdown, as President Donald Trump already has shown he's willing to work on a solution, Rep. Andy Biggs said Monday. "They have been unwilling to move or sit down and negotiate with any sincerity," the Arizona Republican told Fox News' "America's Newsroom." "The president has moved from $25 billion to $5.7 billion. He has been indicating he would be willing to move off that number. We have to build a wall." Democrats have said they are "not going to give a penny," said Biggs. "That makes it really hard to take care of something like this, especially when they leave town." Earlier in the day, Fox News reported that about 30 congressional Democrats had traveled to Puerto Rico for a winter retreat planned before the shutdown. Trump has criticized them for the trip, where they are meeting with lobbyists, and Biggs said Monday he thinks the president has apoint. "The optics show insensitivity at its best, … [Read more...] about Rep. Biggs: Democrats Must ‘Move a Bit’ on Shutdown
ADVERTISING guru Sir Martin Sorrell has built one of the world's most successful businesses and boasts a bulging pay packet to go with it. He's now stepped down following an investigation into allegations of financial impropriety - only to take up another role. We take a look at the man behind the millions. Who is Martin Sorrell? Sorrell was born in London in 1945, the son of an electronics retailer father. He was educated at the prestigious Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School and studied at Christ's College, Cambridge before completing an MBA at Harvard. In the 1970s he was appointed group finance director for Saatchi & Saatchi, where he was often referred to as "the third brother" for his indispensable role. It was there that he gained the expertise that would be instrumental to the building of his own company. In 1985, he formed WPP after taking control of a shell company, Wire & Plastic Products, and established it as a marketing services group in 1986. As CEO … [Read more...] about Who is Martin Sorrell, what’s his net worth and why did he step down as WPP boss?
By Nate Gartrell | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: October 23, 2018 at 9:17 am | UPDATED: October 23, 2018 at 9:23 am MARTINEZ — This November, Martinez residents will decide on two sales tax measures intended for schools and city services, as well as a seat on the City Council and whether to re-elect the city’s longtime mayor. Vice Mayor Lara DeLaney is running unopposed for a City Council seat. But there are two contested races on the council, including a mayoral race between incumbent Rob Schroder and challenger Yazmin Llamas-Morales. Schroder, the mayor for 16 years and an insurance broker by day, said at an October candidates’ forum he was most proud of efforts to bring businesses and foot traffic into downtown, including introducing the Martinez Clippers professional baseball team. He said the current council was one of the best functioning ones during his tenure. “I think we’re right on the edge of … [Read more...] about Martinez voters to decide on tax measures, city leadership in November