Technology and The Law, Episode 1: GDPR and Data Location

Tune in today to “Technology and The Law”. A brand new show broadcasted by Disruptive Tech with presenter and technology lawyer, Frank Jennings. 

Technology and The Law will be available to watch, live today at 2:30 pm UK time. This is a show that focuses on the legal aspects and debates towards the technological industry. The topics this week will focus on GDPR and Data Location. Frank will be joined by four technology experts; Rick Powles, Chris Bridgland, John Easton and Sue MacLure where they will look into the current regulations and how people perceive existing laws.

These episodes will be running for 6 weeks, for 30 minutes, focussing on a variety of different topics, such as the Cloud, social media and many more. So if GDPR isn’t your cup of tea, tune into an episode that best suits you. Every episode, four new experts will come in to contribute towards Frank’s topics.


Frank Jennings is the commercial and cloud lawyer at Wallace LLP. He specialises in commercial contracts with cloud and technology, data security and intellectual property. Frank is known for his can-do attitude, managing risk and problem solving to maximise return on investment. Who else could present this show?
If you are interested and want to learn more about the legal aspects and debates towards the technological industry then tune in! or
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Twitter: @disruptivelive

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