Data Sharing in the Public SectorFriday, 14 October 2016
In the July issue of Public Affairs Ireland's 'The Public Professional', Employment Law Associate Fleur O'Shea talks about the possible legal implications of data sharing in the public sector.
“While the benefits of data-sharing are easy to see, to avoid falling foul of data protection law, the possible legal implications of data-sharing must be considered by public sector bodies in each and every case.”
Click here to read the full article from the Public Professional.
For more information on any of the issues discussed, please contact Fleur O'Shea or a member of the ByrneWallace Data Protection Team.
This article is republished with permission from Public Affairs Ireland (published in The Public Professional, Issue 2 July 2016).