Faranak Ghajavand continues her litigator’s guide to subject access requests ‘The Data Protection Act recognises that there are circumstances where data controllers have legitimate reasons for not complying with a subject access request and provides a number of exemptions from the obligation to do so.’ Part 1: ‘Change the subject’, CLJ73 In this second instalment, …
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- Durant v Financial Services Authority  EWCA Civ 1746
- Gurieva & anor v Community Safety Development (UK) Ltd  EWHC 643 QB
- Ittihadieh v 5-11 Cheyne Gardens RTM Company; Deer v University of Oxford  EWCA Civ 121