Ashley Winton focuses his practice on global data protection and privacy, information governance and cybersecurity compliance. He has particularly in-depth knowledge of cyber breach response, cybersecurity in the context of payment systems, the lawful interception of data, and the conflict of laws in relation to corporate and government investigations and international litigation. Ashley frequently represents major corporations, trade associations, charities and government entities on a range of data privacy and cybersecurity issues and he has significant experience in advising on the impact of privacy and cybersecurity law on cloud services, health care and international data transfers.
Ashley is a fellow of the Ponemon Institute and current Chairman of the Data Protection Forum, the leading data protection association in the UK.
Episode 2: Subject access requests, personal data and the case of Rudd v Bridle with Ashley Winton and Laura Scaife.
July 12th, 2019 | 53 mins 51 secs
Dr Rudd served a subject access request on Mr Bridle, and was not satisfied with the information he received back. Amongst allegations of fraud and conspiracy, the issue went to court. Who was the controller, and did the journalism and regulatory exemptions apply? One of the key issues was – what is personal data? The judge reached a conclusion, but was he right?