The Importance Of Data Flow For GDPR Compliance

The Importance Of Data Flow For GDPR Compliance

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We can assist you in creating a Data Flow Summary for your business. As a startup, you are more flexible and can comply at a faster rate than large companies to GDPR. Let Linkilaw follow your information flow! What Does Data Flow Mapping Mean? Mapping data enables you to record your information flow. An information flow is a transfer of …

Interview with the CEO of Careviz, Mikael Metthey

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Meet Mikael Metthey, the Co-Founder and CEO of Careviz. Careviz is a mobile platform dedicated to cancer patients and their families. The company hopes to utilize technology to improve the journeys of cancer patients. What does your company do? Mikael: We regroup products and services needed by cancer patients and their families. What inspired you to start your company? Mikael: …

Interview with the CEO of PolicyMogul, Elliot Robinson

Linkilaw Entrepreneuship, Internet Technology, Interview, Small Business, Uncategorized

Meet Elliot Robinson, the Founder and CEO of PolicyMogul. PolicyMogul is a technology startup preparing to launch within the next few weeks. The company hopes to transform parliamentary democracy through the use of software and technology. What does your company do? Elliot: PolicyMogul is creating software to help public affairs professionals to have greater impact through collaboration. We also help …

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3 Reasons Why Tech Startups Should Care About User Privacy And Data Protection

Linkilaw Guest Post, Internet Technology, Technology

When building your company, particularly if it’s a tech company, user privacy and data protection regulations are likely to be one of the last things on your mind. There are way too many other things to worry about. Yet still, looking at a big business like Google getting into trouble with European authorities due to personal data protection and ‘the …

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4 Things Business Owners Typically Overlook With Data Protection

Linkilaw Internet Security, Internet Technology, Technology

If your business processes personal data such as names, addresses, contact details, academic backgrounds and employment records of clients, employees or any other person, then you have a legal obligation to protect that data. The Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) The Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) governs this area of law and aims to protect the privacy of a person …

Sorting your data privacy policy once and for all.

Sorting Your Data Privacy Policy Once And For All

Linkilaw Internet Technology, Legal Documents, Technology

If you’re like most entrepreneurs, then there’s definitely an element of your business which runs online. Building a website for your business isn’t an easy feat. You’ve got a number of things to worry about – the user experience, the interface, the cost of running the website and more – including your legal obligation to protect the privacy of your …

How A Privacy Policy Can Protect You & Your Users

Linkilaw Ecommerce, Internet Security, Internet Technology, Terms and Conditions

Now more than ever, businesses are enthusiastically embracing the Internet as a medium to connect with regular users and engage with potential clients. Business websites will often publicly advertise services and qualities for marketing purposes, while withholding certain information can maintain a competitive edge. A privacy policy is not only important, it is necessary. Failure to create a privacy policy …

Digital Rights And The Political Mainstream?

Linkilaw Intellectual Property, Internet Technology, Legal Advice

The outcome of Brexit is an indicator of another worrying political trend that has emerged in the last 10 years: Young people are getting more and more detached from politics, thus leaving the decision-making to the baby boomers – and sometimes even their parents! Understandably, this phenomenon is nowhere more apparent than it is in the field of digital rights. …

The Future? Artificially Intelligent Lawyers

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The world’s first artificially intelligent lawyer called ROSS was unveiled this year and hired by a law firm called Baker & Hostetler. ROSS was developed by IBM using a technology that involves natural language processing and cognitive computing technology to give lawyers evidence-based answers to their questions.   Lawyers can ask the software program questions and it will search through …