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Is Cameron a data controller?

Probably The Material Scope of the GDPR is spelled out in Article 2. The videos that Cameron takes of natural persons are unequivocally personal data and his use of them counts as processing. Of the ...
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What is the "date of service" of a UK fixed penalty notice?

The fixed penalty notice is a notice under s172 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 (7) A requirement under subsection (2) may be made by written notice served in accordance with Criminal Procedure Rules, ...
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Any obligation to disclose one's name and address to private parties for service of civil claims after a street altercation?

There are Subpoenas to identify unknown people! Let's assume Charlene calls herself Alice on Social Media. The Persona Alice defames Bob on Social Media. Bob now sues the owner of the Alice Persona ...
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Any obligation to disclose one's name and address to private parties for service of civil claims after a street altercation?

A need neither B’s name nor their address A civil claim must identify the defendant - “the man who inched me at such-and-such place on this-and-that date” is sufficient identification. It also must be ...
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What jurisdictions allow civil claims to be served over social media?

australia Substituted service orders are routinely issued by Australian courts The first was in 2010 for service via Facebook. To get an order you must demonstrate: Service is impractical Reasonable ...
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What jurisdictions allow civil claims to be served over social media?

No jurisdiction of which I am aware allows for service of process to be made via social media as a matter of course. But some jurisdictions (indeed, almost all U.S. jurisdictions) allow what is called ...
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