NPA: GDPR could be a ‘main’ cause of 64% increase in error reports 0

Leyla Hannbeck: GDPR could have prompted more frequent use of NPA’s error reporting platform The number of errors reported to the National Pharmacy Association (NPA) increased by more than 60%

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The next big regulation; ‘cookie law’ will cease personalisation practices 0

Businesses who find themselves reliant on cookies, whether they are B2B or B2C companies, are at severe risk of losing a key source of behavioural data from current and prospective customers. Is GDPR now a distant memory for most businesses?

Blog: Continuous CCTV in taxis – where do councils stand? 0

CCTV cameras have become a part of our everyday lives, we go about our business largely unaware of them. They can serve as a valuable tool for security, crime prevention and detection. Source: ico.org.uk

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NPA: GDPR could be a ‘main’ cause of 64% increase in error reports 0

Leyla Hannbeck: GDPR could have prompted more frequent use of NPA’s error reporting platform The number of errors reported to the National Pharmacy Association (NPA) increased by more than 60%

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The next big regulation; ‘cookie law’ will cease personalisation practices 0

Businesses who find themselves reliant on cookies, whether they are B2B or B2C companies, are at severe risk of losing

Blog: Continuous CCTV in taxis – where do councils stand? 0

CCTV cameras have become a part of our everyday lives, we go about our business largely unaware of them. They

ICO strengthens commitment to technology and innovation with appointment of new executive director 0

The Information Commissioner’s commitment to encouraging new ideas and emerging technologies while protecting people’s privacy has been strengthened with a

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Marketing firm fined £100,000 after making more than 75,000 nuisance calls 0

The Information Commissioner’s Office has fined an East Sussex marketing company £100,000 for making 75,649 nuisance calls. AMS Marketing Ltd, of Peacehaven, made the calls to people who had opted

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ICO’s annual report reveals increased public awareness of privacy and information rights issues 0

New laws and high profile investigations have helped put data protection and privacy at the centre of the UK public’s

Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse fined £200,000 for revealing identities of possible abuse victims in mass email 0

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has been fined £200,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after sending

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NPA: GDPR could be a ‘main’ cause of 64% increase in error reports 0

Leyla Hannbeck: GDPR could have prompted more frequent use of NPA’s error reporting platform The number of errors reported to the National Pharmacy Association (NPA) increased by more than 60%

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The next big regulation; ‘cookie law’ will cease personalisation practices 0

Businesses who find themselves reliant on cookies, whether they are B2B or B2C companies, are at severe risk of losing a key source of behavioural data from current and prospective customers. Is GDPR now a distant memory for most businesses?

GDPR, how privacy is changing 0

On May 25th 2018 the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) officially came into force: a regulation on data protection proposed by the EU in order to guarantee better privacy safeguarding for European internet users. The personal data discussed in the

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New UK data protection rules are a cynical attack on immigrants 0

Non-nationals subject to an immigration procedure are to lose the right to access data held about them, in a discriminatory move that worries the European parliament ‘This makes it impossible

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Blog: Continuous CCTV in taxis – where do councils stand? 0

CCTV cameras have become a part of our everyday lives, we go about our business largely unaware of them. They can serve as a valuable tool for security, crime prevention

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ICO strengthens commitment to technology and innovation with appointment of new executive director 0

The Information Commissioner’s commitment to encouraging new ideas and emerging technologies while protecting people’s privacy has been strengthened with a

Emma’s Diary fined £140,000 for selling personal information for political campaigning 0

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined Lifecycle Marketing (Mother and Baby) Ltd, also known as Emma’s Diary , £140,000

Marketing firm fined £100,000 after making more than 75,000 nuisance calls 0

The Information Commissioner’s Office has fined an East Sussex marketing company £100,000 for making 75,649 nuisance calls. AMS Marketing Ltd,

ICO’s annual report reveals increased public awareness of privacy and information rights issues 0

New laws and high profile investigations have helped put data protection and privacy at the centre of the UK public’s

Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse fined £200,000 for revealing identities of possible abuse victims in mass email 0

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has been fined £200,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after sending

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ICO’s annual report reveals increased public awareness of privacy and information rights issues 0

New laws and high profile investigations have helped put data protection and privacy at the centre of the UK public’s consciousness like never before, the Information Commissioner has said. Source:

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