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Radar: Technology & Communications Update - November 2016

This month we look at the impact of the Uber ruling on the gig economy and at a CJEU judgment which holds that dynamic IP addresses can be personal data, even where combining them with data held by a third party is required to identify individuals.

CJEU holds dynamic IP address can be personal data

An IP address which can be combined with data held by a third party to identify an individual, is likely to be personal data.

Gig economy business model under scrutiny

Employment Tribunal in London holds Uber drivers have “worker” status.

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