ICO’s priorities and impact of our work 0

The Daily Telegraph ran a story today about the focus of the ICO’s work and the impact that we make. The article criticises the ICO’s choice of regulatory priorities. As

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Reflecting on the first year of the ‘Explaining decisions made with AI’ guidance 0

It is estimated that AI has the potential to help UK GDP grow by between 10 and 22 per cent by 2030.

Spotlight on the Children’s Code standards – best interests of the child, detrimental use of children’s data and data minimisation 0

Providing detailed explanations of each standard is one of the ways we’re supporting organisations to conform with the ICO’s Children’s Code.

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ICO’s priorities and impact of our work 0

The Daily Telegraph ran a story today about the focus of the ICO’s work and the impact that we make. The article criticises the ICO’s choice of regulatory priorities. As

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Reflecting on the first year of the ‘Explaining decisions made with AI’ guidance 0

It is estimated that AI has the potential to help UK GDP grow by between 10 and 22 per cent

Spotlight on the Children’s Code standards – best interests of the child, detrimental use of children’s data and data minimisation 0

Providing detailed explanations of each standard is one of the ways we’re supporting organisations to conform with the ICO’s Children’s

Regulating through a pandemic and beyond 0

When the ICO’s management team met at the start of the pandemic, to discuss how COVID-19 could impact the ICO’s

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How the ICO uses its powers to enhance transparency and support public authorities 0

Group Manager Laura Tomkinson discusses how the FOI and Transparency Directorate is using practice recommendations to enhance transparency and accountability of information rights practices. Access to information rights remain as

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New toolkit launched to help organisations using AI to process personal data understand the associated risks and ways of complying with data protection law 0

Alister Pearson, the ICO’s Senior Policy Officer – Technology introduces a new beta version of our AI and Data Protection

Reflecting on the past five years of fundraising and data protection regulation 0

Lord Toby Harris, Chair of the Fundraising Regulator & Elizabeth Denham CBE, the UK Information Commissioner, reflect on the past

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Half of companies missed GDPR deadline, 70% admit systems won’t scale 0

Even if given two years notice to achieve GDPR compliance, only half of companies self-reported as compliant by May 25, 2018, a DataGrail survey reveals. “The Age of Privacy: The

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After GDPR Struggle, Are Companies Ready for the Next EU Data Law? 0

Is your business prepared? A year ago, the European Union adopted the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, a piece of legislation designed to force companies to protect people’s data. In just a few months, another data-related EU law is

What US Business Owners Need To Know About GDPR 0

On May 25, 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, went into effect. If you are an owner or senior executive of a business based in the United States, you may think this new regulation has no

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New UK data protection rules are a cynical attack on immigrants 3

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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Spotlight on the Children’s Code standards – best interests of the child, detrimental use of children’s data and data minimisation 0

Providing detailed explanations of each standard is one of the ways we’re supporting organisations to conform with the ICO’s Children’s Code.

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Regulating through a pandemic and beyond 0

When the ICO’s management team met at the start of the pandemic, to discuss how COVID-19 could impact the ICO’s

ICO approves the first UK eIDAS Regulations Qualified Trust Service Provider 0

The Information Commissioner’s Office has approved GlobalSign as the UK’s first qualified trust service provider [QTSP] under the UK eIDAS

How the ICO uses its powers to enhance transparency and support public authorities 0

Group Manager Laura Tomkinson discusses how the FOI and Transparency Directorate is using practice recommendations to enhance transparency and accountability

New toolkit launched to help organisations using AI to process personal data understand the associated risks and ways of complying with data protection law 0

Alister Pearson, the ICO’s Senior Policy Officer – Technology introduces a new beta version of our AI and Data Protection

Reflecting on the past five years of fundraising and data protection regulation 0

Lord Toby Harris, Chair of the Fundraising Regulator & Elizabeth Denham CBE, the UK Information Commissioner, reflect on the past

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New toolkit launched to help organisations using AI to process personal data understand the associated risks and ways of complying with data protection law 0

Alister Pearson, the ICO’s Senior Policy Officer – Technology introduces a new beta version of our AI and Data Protection Risk Toolkit and explains how it can assure organisations that

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