Monthly Archives: December 2016

Is your business doing enough to support people with disabilities?

When it comes to providing an inclusive workplace for people with disabilities, some businesses believe that following the legally correct policies is enough. Unfortunately, it isn’t. Whilst many employers do their best make reasonable workplace adjustments, staff perception and awareness … Continue reading

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Can a video recording of an individual at a webinar be used without their consent?

In short no. A video is personal data and therefore the normal data protection rules apply and consent would be required before using the material.

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What is a legal trading entity?

The legal name of a business is the name of the person or entity that owns it. This is the legal trading entity. If the business is a sole trader then the legal name is the last name with or without … Continue reading

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Corporate Telephone Preference Service

We have just renewed our subscription for this service. It is a legal requirement for telemarketers not to call a TPS subscribed number. You can register here.

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Regulatory Compliance Awareness

A great session today on behalf of Southern Entrepreneurs and Solent Business Academy.

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Feedback from Shirley Moreman at GSTM Solutions Ltd

I needed some help with creating a Privacy Policy and T&C of website use for my new site.  Crimson Crab went beyond just providing this, with lots of useful advice about Data Protection and registering with the Information Commissioners Office … Continue reading

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The Care Home my Dad is staying in has posted his photo on Facebook, is this OK?

When promoting services it is easy to forget that there are rules about how you use photographs of individuals. A photograph of someone is personal data and should only be used with consent. The terms of business of the Care … Continue reading

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