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Bond Lecture 2019: ‘Access to Information in Turbulent Times’ 0

Gill Bull, ICO’s Director of Freedom of Information Complaints and Compliance, speech at the British Records Association in London, 13 November 2019. Source: ico.org.uk

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Information Commissioner reminds political parties they must comply with the law ahead of General Election 0

The Information Commissioner has sent the following letter to the political parties in relation to the use of data in political campaigning Source: ico.org.uk

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Live facial recognition technology – police forces need to slow down and justify its use 0

As far back as Sir Robert Peel, the powers of the police have always been seen as dependent on public support of their actions. It’s an ideal starting point as

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Statement on an agreement reached between Facebook and the ICO 0

In 2017 the Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”) commenced a formal investigation into the misuse of personal data in political campaigns. Source: ico.org.uk

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Blog: Embedding accountability – we want to hear from you 0

A blog by Ian Hulme, Director for Regulatory Assurance. Source: ico.org.uk

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Data Protection Impact Assessments and AI 0

Simon Reader, Senior Policy Officer, discusses some of the key considerations for organisations undertaking data protection impact assessments for Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems. Source: ico.org.uk

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Blog: How coming to work at the ICO on a secondment can benefit both of us 0

We have significantly expanded our permanent workforce over the last two years but we are also keen to increase the variety and number of people who join us on temporary

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Blog: Global collaboration and how it helps the UK 0

A blog by Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner. Source: ico.org.uk

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Blog: Privacy and Innovation – Lessons learnt from the FCA TechSprint 0

I’ve found there’s often a misconception that regulation seeks to stifle innovation and that the role of regulators is to add layers of red tape. Source: ico.org.uk

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Privacy and Innovation – Lessons learnt from the FCA TechSprint 0

I’ve found there’s often a misconception that regulation seeks to stifle innovation and that the role of regulators is to add layers of red tape. Source: ico.org.uk

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