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T he ICIC is the International Conference of Information Commissioners. The Conference was first held in 2003 when Information Commissioners and Ombudsmen met for the first time in Berlin
Businesses that overlook their data protection responsibilities now face the possibility of huge fines as well as reputational damage The initial fanfare might have subsided, but some universal truths remain.
Optimism about data regulation grows as Brexit worries loom IT decision makers across the UK have begun to see how data regulation can positively impact their organisations’ commercial operations according
Oh, and this visitor book. How about a £60 cardboard bin? There is, it seems, no deterring the General Data Protection Regulation snake-oil sellers, who will happily stick “GDPR compliant”
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined Vote Leave Limited £40,000 for sending out thousands of unsolicited text messages in the run up to the 2016 EU referendum. Source: ico.org.uk
Simon McDougall, Executive Director for Technology Policy and Innovation, invites comment from organisations on the development of an auditing framework for AI. Source: ico.org.uk
Employees could face a criminal prosecution if they access or share personal data without a valid reason, the Information Commissioner’s Office has warned. Source: ico.org.uk
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has searched two addresses as part of an investigation into businesses suspected of making live and automated nuisance calls. Following a year-long investigation, two teams
Information Commissioner and Chairperson of the ICIC Governance Group, Elizabeth Denham, makes the opening address of the International Conference of Information Commissioners (ICIC). Source: ico.org.uk
There’s a well-quoted line from Steve Jobs, that as Apple CEO he didn’t employ smart people to tell them what to do, but so that they could tell him what