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Video link appeals not a breach of GDPR, tribunal says
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Video link appeals not a breach of GDPR, tribunal says

The Upper Tribunal has ruled that holding immigration appeals over video link does not breach European data protection laws. The case is CJ (international video-link hearing: data protection) Jamaica [2019] UKUT 126 (IAC). The appellant, CJ (no relation), came to ...

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