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NUJ communications - GDPR

11 May 2018: A message to members from Michelle Stanistreet

#DM18: Understanding the GDPR

19 April 2018: Conference session focused on the new general data protection regulations and key issues for media workers.

GDPR 101

26 February 2018: The General Data Protection Regulation comes into full effect on 25 May. Did you know that as a freelance journalist you need to be registered and comply with the new rules? Did you know you could be heavily fined for not handling contact data properly?

Media law training via the ASBW

7 August 2017: This Association of British Science Writers course will cover: libel;copyright; privacy and confidentiality; data protection; and media regulation.

ICO data protection & journalism: a guide for the media

18 September 2014: The ICO guide explains how the Data Protection Act applies to journalism and explains the role of the Information Commissioner's Office.

DM2014: Not independent, without standards and unorganised

13 April 2014: Chris Frost, national executive, on the Independent Press Standards Organisation, plus conference votes for independent press regulator.

'Undercover': how the police used infiltration and intimacy to monitor activists

10 January 2014: Guest speaker Guardian journalist Rob Evans joins NUJ Brighton & Sussex Branch to talk about his work investigating the undercover policing of activist groups.

NUJ boycotts editors' code committee consultation

14 February 2013: The NUJ is boycotting a consultation on the editors' code of practice, chaired by Paul Dacre, editor of the Daily Mail.

NUJ pushes for conscience clause, independent regulator and defends investigative journalism

4 December 2012: MPs must back the Leveson report's recommendation of a conscience clause for journalists, back a press regulation body that is independent of government and the industry and reject changes to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act and the Data Protection Act.

York Newsquest journalists use Data Protection Act

8 May 2009: Journalists at The Press and Gazette and Herald in York have been forced take legal action to find out how well their employer believes they are performing.