Month: May 2021

Supreme Court hears landmark Google data protection case

Richard Lloyd, the former director of Which? brought a representative action on behalf of an estimated 4.4 million iPhone users in respect of Google’s use of the ”Safari Workaround”, which permitted it to bypass Safari’s blocking of third-party cookies. This allowed Google to collect and use personal data without their knowledge or consent. Warby J […]

Soldiers’ statements excluded from trial evidence

Soldiers A and C, two former members of the Parachute Regiment, are standing trial in Belfast on the charge of murdering Joe McCann in 1972. Both soldiers were interviewed under orders immediately after Mr McCann’s death in 1972 without any legal advice or caution. They were not asked to explain why they believed it was […]