Is the possible removal of the right to charge for Data Subject Access Requests more expensive than it sounds? Cordery lawyer, Gayle McFarlane, has written an article considering the changes to the Subject Access Request regime.
Gayle looks at how the proposed changes may lead to more people asking for data about themselves. She discusses the need to prepare for these changes especially as this is often the prelude to litigation; whether that be an HR claim, a right to be forgotten claim or a possible class action.
The article was first published in Privacy Laws & Business UK Report www.privacylaws.com
For more information contact Gayle McFarlane who is a lawyer with Cordery in London where her focus is on compliance and technology law issues.
Gayle McFarlane, Lexis House, 30 Farringdon Street, London, EC4A 4HH
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