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Face-off: UK High Court backs use of automated facial recognition technology

In July 2019, the UK privacy regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) issued a warning about the privacy implications of automated facial recognition technology (AFR). The ICO was concerned that AFR “represent[s] the widespread processing of biometric data of thousands of people as they go about their daily lives.” The UK High Court recently handed … Continue Reading

A supply of software can be a sale of goods

The High Court held, in The Software Incubator v Computer Associates [2016] EWHC 1587 (QB), that a supply of commoditised software is a sale of goods for the purposes of the Commercial Agents (Council Directive) Regulations 1993 (“Regulations”). Background Computer Associates UK Ltd (“CA”) entered into a non-exclusive agreement with The Software Incubator Limited (“TSI”). … Continue Reading

Unprecedented High Court Decision Orders the Destruction of Confidential Information on the Defendants’ Computers

The High Court in Arthur J. Gallagher Services (UK) Limited and others v Skriptchenkov and others [2016] EWHC 603, granted 11 February a mandatory injunction ordering the inspection and imaging of electronic devices and computers belonging to the defendants, and the subsequent destruction of any confidential information belonging to the claimant that was found. The … Continue Reading
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