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Future PL&B Events • Asian data privacy laws, 30 October, Linklaters, London • New Era for US privacy laws: California and more, 14 November, Latham & Watkins, London. • Balancing privacy with biometric techniques used in a commercial context, 29 January 2020, Macquarie Group, London. • PL&B's 33rd Annual International Conference, St. John's College, Cambridge 29 June to 1 July 2020. Issue 105 SEPTEMBER 2019 2 - Brexit data protection issues NEWS 1 - AI-powered Onfido one of first selected for the ICO's Sandbox 11 - Effective techniques for communicating a privacy policy 19 - Busy year for the ICO ANALYSIS 1 - Smart-home privacy risks 20 - Finding a legal ground for AI MANAGEMENT 8 - Privacy policy reflects Friends of the Earth's organisational culture 12 - Data protection risk management 14 - Subject Access Requests 16 - The ICO's cookie guidance 18 - Book Review: Data Protection Strategy NEWS IN BRIEF 7 - Council for Internet Safety 10 - DP Act immigration exemption in High Court 10 - DMA gathers views on GDPR and e-Privacy 15 - Facial recognition scrapped 18 - Bias in algorithmic decisions 22 - Responsible Marketing award 22 - Government smart data initiative 22 - Changes for privacy and DP claims 23 - No set age when children understand privacy 23 - ICO consults on data sharing code FOI 23 - Draft Environment Bill would 'restrict EIR rights' COMMENT Smart-home study weighs the privacy risks involved Martin Kraemer and William Seymour at the University of Oxford report on an ICO-funded research project investigating how 'smart' doesn't have to mean invasive. S tudies and media reports about smart home technologies and smartphone apps show that con- sumers have little awareness of the information they expose to companies, advertisers, and other cohabitants when they use these services. These thought processes of how devices (and the information economy more gener- ally) work can leave users feeling AI-powered Onfido one of first selected for the ICO's Sandbox Onfido, an identity verification company, will research how to identify and mitigate algorithmic bias in machine learning models used for remote biometric identification. By Ali Vaziri of Lewis Silkin LLP. I n the digital economy, identity is the key to unlocking access to services widely relied on in order to participate in society. Since in- person interaction is no longer always required of, or expected by, users, the challenge faced by many online organisations is how to know a person wanting to access their serv- ices is who they claim to be, and in a Continued on p.3 Continued on p.6 PL&B Services: Conferences • Roundtables • Content Writing Recruitment • Consulting • Training • Compliance Audits • Research • Reports ESTABLISHED 1987 privacylaws.com

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