So-called ‘gagging clauses’ have always courted controversy but they recently acquired rather sinister overtones after it came to light that the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) had inserted them into some of its contracts with businesses and not-for-profit organisations involved in the roll-out of universal credit.Read more..
We asked you to let us know what issues were keeping you up at night and the primary concern at the top of most of your lists was cybersecurity and the impact that an attack may have on both your organisation’s finances and reputation.Read more..
We all use smartphone apps; in fact, many of us have come to rely on the apps on our phones to assist us in our daily lives – from online shopping, to internet banking, to watching live footage of what our pets are doing at home whilst we are at work.
But what do these apps do with the personal data they collect from us when we sign up, click download or enter our credit card details, and has the introduction of the GDPR made any difference?
Results day is nerve-wracking for everyone involved – students, parents, guardians – even teachers! But it can be even more stressful if you did not receive the mark you were expecting and don’t understand why. To make matters worse, it is likely that your results will also be published by your school or college for the world (or, at least, readers of the local newspaper) to see.Read more..