Disclosure of Trinidadian Minister’s telephone records reiterates need for privacy legislation

Newsday Trinidad reports that the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT), has issued a reminder to the telecos in the twin-island republic to protect the data of their customers.  TATT’s reminder comes in the wake of the public disclosure of the telephone records of a government minister. The minister’s unfortunate circumstances aside, this story […]

Aslam v Uber and a few implications for Uber’s entry into Trinidad

A first-instance Court in the United Kingdom ruled in October 2016 that the relationship between ride-sharing app, Uber and its drivers was that of an employer and employee. Uber unsuccessfully contended that its drivers were merely independent contractors. The case –  Aslam v Uber BV [2017] IRLR 4 – naturally sent ripples throughout the gig-economy, given the wider […]