An electrician called a ‘bald c***’ by supervisor is set to win compensation for having ‘dignity violated’
Agreement for riders in the self-employed delivery sector provides an innovative blueprint for the future of work, says the GMB and Deliveroo
The recent trade mark infringement case between US dating site conglomerate Match Group, owner of Tinder and OkCupid, and smaller UK dating site Muzmatch has highlighted the risks that come with using trade marked words and phrases in a company’s SEO (search engine optimisation) strategy and metadata.
The US dating giant behind Tinder and OkCupid has won a court battle with a British dating app for Muslims after accusing it of copying its product and services.
If Meta is not given the option to transfer, store and process data from its European users on US-based servers, Facebook and Instagram may be shut down across Europe, the social media giants’ owner reportedly warned in its annual report.
A London plumber has won a key lawsuit in the Supreme Court over his workers’ rights as appeal judges ruled late yesterday afternoon he is entitled to back-dated holiday pay.
New research has revealed that Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) are costing individual UK businesses between £72,000 – £336,000 each year.
Data protection is seldom out of the headlines these days. Whether its massive data breaches involving multinational companies, members of the royal family suing national newspapers.
This week, a judge at Oxford County Court handed down what is believed to be the first judgment of its kind in the UK relating to the use of the ‘Ring’ doorbell, a popular smart doorbell system that is sold by Amazon.
A multinational confectionery company has threatened legal action against a London vegan snack maker over the colour of one of its fruit bars.