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Whose fault is it anyway? Why complex IT and outsourcing projects fail

Whose fault is it anyway? Why complex IT and outsourcing projects fail

Lee Gluyas and William Hooper review the common reasons for project failure and the steps which customers and suppliers (and those advising them) can take to minimise the risks.

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CPRA: The next frontier in (California) privacy

A team from Reed Smith summarise the effect of the California Privacy Rights Act which will come into force following an overwhelming vote for the new law by the Californian public.

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This Week's Techlaw News Round-Up

Ofcom consultation on video-sharing, Article 28 data processing clauses published, CMA fines CompareTheMarket, Virgin/02 deal review referred to CMA, National Security and Infrastructure Bill, ENISA guidelines, EDPS Opinions and CMA merger guidelines in this week’s round-up of techlaw news from the past week.

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AI and Data Protection: The ICO Guidance (2)

In a two part review, Quentin Tannock, a barrister at 4 Pump Court, surveys the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Guidance on AI and Data Protection, identifying remaining challenges and those areas where further Artificial Intelligence related materials are anticipated. In this second instalment, Quentin looks at the approaches in the Guidance to the principle of data minimization and with respect to individual rights, as well as providing concluding thoughts.

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This Week's Techlaw News Round-Up

EDPB adopts first decision under Article 65 GDPR, European Commission issues third set of reports on disinformation, new NIS Regulations, and more in this week’s round-up of techlaw news from the past week.

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