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EU parliament committee raises Privacy Shield adequacy concerns
By Neil Merrett
European lawmakers will now consider effectiveness of privacy arrangement as the US Congress opts to unwind domestic commitments to protect consumer data
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Government yet to hold talks on EU data transfer arrangements
By Neil Merrett
Opposition MPs criticise Whitehall for not having had “specific” discussions on how information can continue to transfer to and from the bloc post-Brexit
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Lords quiz ICO chief on post-Brexit data protection realities
By Neil Merrett
UK data regulator Elizabeth Denham says the government will need alternative arrangements for GDPR and Privacy Shield commitments outside EU, but will have advantage of 40 years of integration with the bloc
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Whitehall departments to model further cuts with 2017 Efficiency Review
By Neil Merrett
Treasury chief executive says there is “further to go” to meet government efficiency aims; departments asked to model fresh 3% and 6% cuts to their budgets
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Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2 now live on Digital Marketplace
By Neil Merrett
Revised agreement is comprised largely of SMEs with overall supplier numbers up 60% on previous iteration of DOS, according to CCS
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ICO: "it's not privacy or innovation, but privacy and innovation"
By David Bicknell
Denham warns data protection is not simply the lowest legal hurdle to clear
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GOV.UK Verify, NHS numbers and the 25 million user challenge
By Neil Merrett
With the new Government Transformation Strategy aiming to have 25m users of its ID assurance platform by 2020, could healthcare and local government help achieve this?
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Privacy Shield future uncertain as Google challenges court data ruling
By Neil Merrett
Legal expert says long-term prospects for replacement data sharing agreement between EU and US increasingly uncertain in current regulatory climate
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Privacy groups urge dropping entire Digital Economy Bill data clause
By Neil Merrett
As legislation comes under Lords scrutiny today, campaigners, citing parliamentary committee concerns, warn broadness of regulations threatens numerous care.data-style privacy complications
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Whitehall pins “frictionless” post-Brexit customs hopes on digital tech
By Neil Merrett
Broad outline of UK's objectives for life outside the EU seeks cooperation in areas such as data protection; digital technologies viewed as playing a vital role in customs reform
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No pre-planned agenda. No keynote speaker. Must be Govcamp
By David Bicknell
Defra and MoJ permanent secretaries lend support as popular public sector digital "unconference" celebrates tenth birthday
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ICO: long-term clarification needed on data laws for post-Brexit Britain
By Neil Merrett
With the UK set to adopt the GDPR ahead of plans to exit EU and the single market, questions remain over whether it would seek to amend or maintain compatible standards moving forward
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Health and Social Care Week
By David Bicknell
Taking a wider look at health and social care where people and systems need to change in order for technology to work
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STP plans under spotlight as parliament raises care sustainability fears
By Neil Merrett
With parliamentary committees urging clear cross-party agreement to address intensified funding pressures on care services, industry figures raise importance of consistent digital leadership
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ICO chief prepared to crack whip over Whitehall FoI compliance
By Neil Merrett
Elizabeth Denham suggests that audits of departments' approach to transparency law may need to be stepped up, while targeting an extension of the legislation to all public service delivery
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