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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 to do. Source: ico.org.uk
A patient’s right to access their own medical records from their GP is a long-established principle supported and strengthened by data protection law, most recently the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Source: ico.org.uk
5 March 2019 Source: ico.org.uk
An ICO spokesperson said: “The ICO has previously raised concerns around TPP’s SystmOne software and the ability of GP practice users, as data controllers, to comply with their obligations under data protection law to share personal data fairly, lawfully and
There was a 70 per cent rise in the number of data breaches in Ireland last year since new GDPR laws were brought in. The Data Protection Commission’s annual report shows just over 4,700 valid breaches were reported to it
Investigations by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) into nuisance marketing have resulted in 16 company directors being banned from running a company for more than 100 years in total. Source: ico.org.uk
A former senior local government officer has been prosecuted for passing the personal information of rival job applicants to his partner. Source: ico.org.uk
AI says, ‘Give me more data!’; GDPR says, ‘Slow down buddy!’ Training an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm requires data—lots of data. But staying GDPR-compliant while acquiring that data can be almost impossible. Here’s the problem: To make a decision about