The new Data Protection and Digital Information Bill (No. 2) (the “Bill”) has been widely publicised, particularly the government’s claimed saving to business of £4 billion over the next 10 years. The savings are to be achieved by removing barriers to “responsible innovation”. This article explores what that might mean from an HR and employment law perspective. Data Subject Access Requests (“DSARs”) Employees, like all data subjects, have the right to understand what data is processed…
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