Northern Ireland Archive


This interactive workshop is designed to teach delegates the basics of the Act and the exemptions.

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This course equips delegates to be the data protection expert in their organisation and to understand all aspects of the Act.

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This workshop is designed for those who know the DPA but wish to develop and keep their knowledge up to date.

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This interactive workshop is designed to teach delegates the basics of the Act and the exemptions.

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This course provides practical and easy to follow instructions which delegates can use in their investigations as well as regulatory and enforcement activity.

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This course equips delegates to be the data protection expert in their organisation and to understand all aspects of the Act.

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This workshop will help delegates to adopt the new authorisation process, prepare for an Office of Surveillance Commissioners (OSC) inspection and implement any action points from a previous inspection.

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This online course tells you how the ICO’s fines work, what organisations need to do to avoid them, and how to set up a proactive, constructive approach to Information Assurance.

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This interactive workshop is designed to teach delegates the basics of the Act and the exemptions.

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This course provides practical and easy to follow instructions which delegates can use in their investigations as well as regulatory and enforcement activity.

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This course equips delegates to be the data protection expert in their organisation and to understand all aspects of the Act.

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This Jisc Legal video discusses the relevant legal duties that universities have when working with vulnerable learners.

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Redigi the online market place that permits users to resell their digital music 'secondhand' is in breach of copyright a US judge has held.

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The UK government has announced the award of £150,000 funding to create a one-stop shop web site to make it easier to access information about rights ownership and copyright licences.

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Jisc Legal will be closed Friday 29 March 2013 and Monday 1 April 2013.

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This workshop will help delegates to adopt the new authorisation process, prepare for an Office of Surveillance Commissioners (OSC) inspection and implement any action points from a previous inspection.

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This workshop will shed light on the law and best practice in this complex area.

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This course will examine how the law affects their CCTV system, what paperwork they need in place, how to train CCTV operators, and how to supply images to others.

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This workshop will help delegates to adopt the new authorisation process, prepare for an Office of Surveillance Commissioners (OSC) inspection and implement any action points from a previous inspection.

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Act Now's EIR workshop will help you to untie the knots and understand what to do and how it works.

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Standardisation for referencing moving images and sound received a boost today with the publication of new guidelines.

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This course provides practical and easy to follow instructions which delegates can use in their investigations as well as regulatory and enforcement activity.

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This course equips delegates to be the data protection expert in their organisation and to understand all aspects of the Act.

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This course provides practical and easy to follow instructions which delegates can use in their investigations as well as regulatory and enforcement activity.

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This workshop provides a thorough examination of the law and practice in this area.

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This workshop will shed light on the law and best practice in this complex area.

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The workshop examines all the latest FOI decisions and guidance and applies them to real life scenarios.

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The course introduces you to the main issues, and points out the privacy pitfalls of CCTV surveillance.

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This is an ideal course for those wishing to update their FOI knowledge and do not have time or budgets to attend the full day course.

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The IPO has launched a modernised mediation service to help resolve IPR disputes more quickly and cheaply.

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The call for evidence for the government’s review of the public sector equality duty closes on 12 April 2013.

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Research reveals employers are placing personal and confidential data at risk through lack of control on employee BYOD

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A new opinion from the Article 29 Working Party examines the legal framework for processing personal data in developing, distributing and using apps on smart devices.

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The ISEB CERTIFICATE IN DATA PROTECTION is ideal for those who wish to have their knowledge and expertise recognised through a formal qualification.

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The workshop is designed to teach delegates the basics of the Act (including validating requests, time limits and fees) and the exemptions. It is ideal for new employees (on induction) as well as those requiring a basic knowledge of FOI.

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The Masterclass will provide in-depth training about the copyright legislation, relevant case law, other related rights and more detailed discussion about some key topical issues to help participants develop the necessary skills in order for them become more expert in copyright and ultimately to provide the necessary copyright advice and support across their organisation.

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The training course provides an introduction to the principles of copyright law and practice within the context of the work of library and information professionals.

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Jisc Legal has published a new Law Watch item on the Apple and Samsung patents ruling.

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A UK High Court ruling involving a claim by Samsung that certain Apple 3G-enabled devices infringed its patents clarifies the different tests to be used to determine whether a patent covers something new or novel and whether the date of its assessment gives it priority over other patents.

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The ECtHR has ruled that the criminal conviction of the co-founders of file-sharing website The Pirate Bay for assisting copyright infringement on the internet does not violate their freedom to receive and impart information under Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

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A university has admitted authorising a search in order to establish whether a leak of information was deliberate or not.

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The CJEU confirms that unauthorised online retransmission of TV programmes breaches copyright.

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This new guidance considers the data protection issues raised by bringing your own device for use in the workplace.

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It is reported that the proposed Defamation Bill is no longer expected to become law.

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Jisc Legal has produced a short video Pinterest, Image Sharing Websites and the Law highlighting the copyright and privacy implications of posting images to image sharing websites like Pinterest.

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This timely seminar is scheduled following the European Parliament’s draft report on the European Commission's proposed Data Protection Regulation and critiques from the UK government, the ICO as well as reports of intense lobbying from industry.

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UK Internet Service Providers (ISPs) including Sky, BT, Virgin Media and Talk Talk must block file-sharing websites Kickass Torrents, H33T and Fenopy, the High Court has ruled.

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When processing a learner’s personal information (relating to a living and identifiable individual), you must do so fairly and lawfully, in line with the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) and the principles therein.

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A new article outlines the legal pitfalls of twitter use.

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Institutions may be asked by the police for information about students or staff in order to help them with their investigations.  Unless presented with a court order, you may choose whether or not to supply such information.... (cont'd)

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