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Daily Dashboard | UK Court of Appeals deems Data Protection Act 'immigration exemption' unlawful Related reading: A view from DC — Reflections on federal privacy legislation, the Dobbs ruling, FTC rulemaking and more

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The U.K. Court of Appeals ruled the government's "immigration exemption" in the Data Protection Act 2018 is unlawful, ComputerWeekly reports. The exemption allowed the Home Office and organizations involved in "immigration control" to refuse personal data access if it could “prejudice the maintenance of effective immigration control.” The Court of Appeal's decision overturns a High Court ruling from 2019. The government has until June 9 to appeal the decision to the Supreme Court.
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