Jonathan Benjamin

Jonathan Benjamin

Jonathan Benjamin is an associate in the London office, working in the firm’s technology transactions team, advising technology and life sciences clients on the intersection between commercial matters and data privacy/security.

Mr. Benjamin’s practice covers a broad range of technology agreements including those related to data sharing, data processing, outsourcing, and IT contracts. In addition, Mr. Benjamin advises on a range of regulatory matters under the GDPR.

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UK Government’s Advisory Committee Publishes Report on Public Sector Use of AI

On February 10, 2020, the UK Government’s Committee on Standards in Public Life* (the “Committee”) published its Report on Artificial Intelligence and Public Standards (the “Report”). The Report examines potential opportunities and hurdles in the deployment of AI in the public sector, including how such deployment may implicate the “Seven Principles of Public Life” applicable … Continue Reading

Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation Publishes Final Report on “Online Targeting”

On February 4, 2020, the United Kingdom’s Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (“DEI”) published its final report on “online targeting” (the “Report”), examining practices used to monitor a person’s online behaviour and subsequently customize their experience.  In October 2018, the UK government appointed the DEI, an expert committee that advises the UK government on … Continue Reading

ICO Publishes Report on Impact of GDPR

On 30 May 2019, the United Kingdom’s ICO released a report, “GDPR: One Year On”, discussing the impact of the GDPR and its associated learnings after one year following its implementation (the “Report”), which provides valuable insight into the enforcement practices, EU-wide cooperation, support functions, innovative practices and further growth plans of the ICO. The … Continue Reading

ICO issues draft code of practice on designing online services for children

Earlier this month, the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office published a draft code of practice (“Code”) on designing online services for children. The Code  is now open for public consultation until May 31, 2019. The Code sets out 16 standards of “age appropriate design” with which online service providers should comply when designing online services (such … Continue Reading
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