Category Archives: Data Subject Access Requests

The Nuix Insider Conference 2019 – showing what a conference is for

What is the right format for discovery and legal technology conferences? The fashion is to criticise them, with their purpose, speakers, agendas, venue, room layout, and food all sneeringly dismissed because they don’t match some notional ideal – an ideal … Continue reading

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Relativity Fest London: data privacy and DSARs – the GDPR’s slow-burning threat

When I wrote recently about the agenda for Relativity Fest London, taking place on 21 May, I neglected to mention that I am taking part in one of its panels. It is called Whose data is it anyway? Data Privacy … Continue reading

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OpenText recorded webinar: Data Subject Access Requests

OpenText has published a webinar which I moderated for them recently on Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs). The speakers were Catrina Smith and David Wilkins of Norton Rose Fulbright. Catrina Smith is a partner in the employment department at Norton … Continue reading

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