GDPR – the danger of relying on consent for the processing of employee data
An employer in Greece has been fined €150,000 by the Hellenic Data Protection Authority (HDPA), the Greek equivalent of the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office, for wrongly relying on consent as its basis for processing employees’ personal data. Can UK employers rely on employees’ consent as the basis for processing personal data? In the vast majority... Read more »
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