44 minutes | Dec 6th 2020

GDPR Weekly Show Episode 121 :- Covid19, wearable, countme, pension funds, brexit transition, Kent and Medway, Sheffield City Council, Armagh, Twitter, Loch Rannoch, Flagship, West Mercia Police, Absa, Knwu, Embraer, Canon, Vancouver Metro Translink

Coming up in this week's episode: Covid19 test and trace update, Wearable covid-19 tracking device released in Ireland, countme.ie app released, Pension Funds regulator urges Brexit action, Brexit transition period ends in 4 weeks, Kent and Medway Integrated Health and Social Care record, Sheffield City Council says human error most common cause of data breach, Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon data breach, Twitter penalty due on 17th December, Loch Rannoch data breach, Flagship housing provider data breach, West Mercia Police staff gross misconduct finding after data breach, Absa data breach in South Africa, Netherlands cycling organisation Knwu data breach, Embraer data breach, Canon data breach in Bangalore affecting employee data, Vancouver Metro Translink hit by a ransomware attack
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