In 2014, Facebook invited its users to complete a personality type quiz. It was designed not only to obtain the data of the individual completing the quiz but also their friends’ data. Facebook has since changed companies’ abilities to obtain information this way.
Christopher Wylie, who worked with Cambridge Analytica, alleges that the data of some 50 million users, mainly in the US, was taken...Read More
MacDonald Hotel, London Rd, Manchester M1 2PG – 10th May 2018: 10am – 5pm
The clock is ticking for GDPR compliance. Is your dental practice ready? Do you understand your new obligations under GDPR?
Our one day workshops will give you the tools you need to understand the regulations, together with the guidance and documentation to implement the changes that your dental practice...Read More
Fitness to practice proceedings are extremely stressful for any medical professional. Perhaps this is best evidenced by the report prepared by the GMC in 2014. It found that between 2005 and 2013, 114 doctors died during fitness to practice proceedings, of these, 28 died of suicide or suspected suicide. The GDC do not record similar statics. This is a conscious decision on their...Read More
As a dynamic and developing law firm, JFH Law is seeking to recruit a newly qualified up to 5 yr PQE commercial and civil litigation solicitor to join our civil litigation department.
The successful candidate will join our team working from our Camden office, London. This is an excellent opportunity for a solicitor to take over a diverse existing caseload including contract disputes,...Read More
After numerous scandals of sexual harassment engulfed Hollywood, the UK Parliament is having its own #MeToo moment. Female Members of Parliament (MPs) have revealed the dark reality of their daily battles against sexism, bullying and discrimination, sharing their experiences in an attempt to encourage other women to speak out.
HuffPost UK spoke to 40 women MPs of all parties across different...Read More
DENTAL BULLETIN, ISSUE 64
On 29th November 2017, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) handed down its decision in the case of King v Sash Windows. It is another case in a long line on holiday pay and has opened the flood gates for workers to claim unpaid holiday dating back years.
Why is this relevant to dental practices?
At present most associates are working under a self-employed contract and...Read More