Find out about your obligations and how to comply, including protecting personal information, and providing access to official information.
Data Protection is in place to help ensure, that when it comes to our personal data, all of us are provided with appropriate legal protections and remedies in today’s highly digitised world. It is a positive concept which seeks to hold organisations entrusted with our personal information look after it correctly.
While good data protection regulation should promote economic growth, its primary purpose is to recognise that privacy is a fundamental human right that is currently under growing threats. Rapidly advancing technology has increased privacy risks exponentially. Find out about your obligations under the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 and how it helps you maintain client and staff trust.
As the Coronavirus continues to spread globally, more Island organisations are asking employees to work from home. We have produced guidance for organisations and employees to advise on the Dos and Don’ts of working from home.
The Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 (DPJL) is based around six principles of ‘good information handling’ (the Principles. This is part of a series of guidance to help individuals and organisations to understand the principles of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law, as well as to promote good practice.