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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SHOPPERS flooded Britain's high streets today in one of the busiest Christmas shopping days of the year. The intense spending spree comes at a time when some sceptics say online retail is killing traditional in-store shopping. But today is said to be one of the busiest periods on the high street so far in 2018 - while Black Friday (November 23) currently takes the top spot. Some retail leaders are warning of the 'death of the high street', including retail mogul Mike Ashley, who bought House of Fraser after it went into administration this year. Several other big name bricks-and-mortar retailers have struggled in 2018 like Marks & Spencer, which announced the closure of 100 stores in May. And John Lewis also spoke of "challenging times" for its business after a whopping 99 per cent profit slide. Huge online retailers such as Amazon appear to have the upper hand over in-store shops as rising rents and business rates put traditional high street sellers under growing pressure. Some … [Read more...] about Thousands of Christmas shoppers pack out Britain’s high streets in one of busiest days of the year
Feb 04, 3:23 AM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury World By Clayton Besaw 02/04/19 AT 3:09 AM It would be reasonable to expect the worst for Nicolás Maduro, Venezuela’s embattled president.Two weeks after Maduro’s re-inauguration, opposition leader Juan Gauidó has declared himself the country’s rightful president. The power struggle follows a failed military mutiny against Maduro, whose easy re-election in May 2018 during an economic, political and humanitarian crisis has lead many to say Venezuela is a dictatorship.Analysts worldwide are already debating whether a coup against Maduro – with or without U.S. backing – would be good or bad for Venezuelan democracy.As a political risk analyst, it is my job to predict when leaders will be overthrown. Surprisingly, the coup forecaster I use, CoupCast, shows Maduro … [Read more...] about Odds Of Military Coup Rise Every Day Venezuela’s Maduro Stays In Office