GDPR, Privacy & Digital Law

The areas of GDPR, Privacy and the wider area of Digital Law are becoming greater issues of concern to private clients.  With more and more of our lives conducted online and through our mobile devices, including our communications, banking, shopping, service reservations, window shopping and information sharing we are becoming more and more data dependant. With the obvious advantages also come associated risks to privacy.  

Our lives or the lives of our closest connections can be severely disrupted by the mismanagement or manipulation of private information or data, either by businesses, cyber criminals or people we may even know.  These acts can be deliberate or inadvertent. They can include the publishing of private or deeply personal information online, online harassment, non solicited communications from businesses, inappropriate communications from colleagues, direct marketing by businesses, illegal holding of your personal data, illegal processing of your personal data, illegal transfer of your personal data, and also the loss of your personal data.  

We provide advice to private clients based on their particular circumstances.  We will advise you on your digital rights, with a particular emphasis on your right to privacy, right to have your data protected and your right to a good reputation and name.  

We can advise private clients in the areas of:

  • GDPR
  • Data Protection
  • Data Transfers
  • Unsolicited Direct Marketing
  • Unsolicited Communications
  • Inappropriate Communications
  • Online and Social Media Harassment
  • Digital Privacy 
  • Privacy from Surveillance 
  • Right to be forgotten
  • Right to have a good name and reputation.


The above is not intended to be legal advice and should not be considered as such.  If you or a loved one would like to speak to us about any of the issues mentioned above, please contact us here.