Four years ago, Jisc responded to the Board of European Regulators of Electronic Communications (BEREC) consultation on network neutrality to point out that some security measures cannot just be temporary responses by the victims of attacks, but need to be permanently configured in all networks to prevent them being used for distributed denial of service […]
Month: October 2019
GDPR: what’s your justification?
One of the key steps in preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation is to know why you are processing each set of personal data, and which of the six legal justifications applies: consent, contract, legal obligation, vital interest, public interest or legitimate interest. The Regulation significantly tightens the rules on when consent can be […]
EDPB on (not) Necessary for Contract
The European Data Protection Board’s (EDPB) latest Guidelines further develop the idea that we should not always expect relationships involving personal data to have a single legal basis. Although the subject of the Guidelines is the legal basis “Necessary for Contract”, much of the text is dedicated to pointing out the other legal bases that […]