The New Data Bill and Scottish Data Practitioners in 2024: Meeting the data protection challenges ahead

Tuesday 05th March 2024
The New Data Bill and Scottish Data Practitioners in 2024: Meeting the data protection challenges ahead

Data protection requirements for all organisations in the UK and Scotland are governed by law setting out what needs to be complied with and how.  However, the new Data Protection and Digital Information (No2) Bill now moving through Parliament is expected to conclude in early 2024.  It contains a range of changes with implications for all data practitioners and data protection officers, impacting on when, how and why compliance is needed.  What do data practitioners and their organisations need to understand about the new Act, what changes and responses will be required and what are the other latest and next broader drivers of change in the data environment?

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Freedom of Information in Scotland: what’s happening now and what’s coming next?

Tuesday 28th May 2024
Freedom of Information in Scotland: what’s happening now and what’s coming next?

Freedom of Information in Scotland has become both an effective tool for public accountability in Scotland and a growing demand on the resources of our public sector bodies. However, questions over compliance, scope, operation and cost have increasingly come to the fore. What do Scottish bodies covered by FOI – and others that may be pulled into its reach – need to know about where we stand and what may be coming next?

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