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Will GDPR Protect Privacy Or Just Lead To More Hacks? 0

The General Data Protection Regulation(GDPR), viewed from one perspective, is an attempt by the EU to place the citizen, the individual, at the heart of decision-making in respect of their

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GDPR – setting the record straight on data breach reporting 0

The Information Commissioner addresses myths surrounding GDPR and data breach reporting. Source: ICO.org.uk

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UK Deal With EU On Post-Brexit Data Sharing 0

The UK government is seeking to negotiate a deal over data sharing with Europe in which there are no substantial regulatory changes as a result of Brexit. The ambitious strategy

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GDPR – 10 Things You Must Know 0

GDPR – 10 Things You Must Know If you email your customers. On 25th May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulations (officially (EU) 2016/679) comes into action. Remember the

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Online Privacy Makes A GDPR Comeback 0

Next year, 25 May looks like being a significant date. That’s because it’s the day that the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) comes into force. Not enough companies

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Council fined for leaving vulnerable people’s personal information exposed online for five years 0

Nottinghamshire County Council has been fined £70,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office for leaving vulnerable people’s personal information exposed online for five years.   Source: ICO.org.uk

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Archives and Records Association Annual Conference 0

Original script may differ from delivered version Elizabeth Denham’s keynote speech at the ARA Conference ‘Challenge the Past. Set the agenda’ on 31 August 2017. Introduction Good morning and thank

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ICO updated statement in relation to the potential risk to patient medical records held by GPs on TPP SystmOne 0

An ICO spokesperson said: “Following detailed discussions between the ICO, TPP, NHS Digital and NHS England, TPP has now identified some changes which are intended to address the ICO’s concerns

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Brexit: UK seeks data transfer pact with EU 0

By Chris Baraniuk Technology reporter, BBC The UK will seek “new arrangements” with the EU in order to allow for the continued free flow of personal data, according to a

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GDPR is an evolution in data protection, not a burdensome revolution 0

Deputy Commissioner (Policy) Steve Wood  explains why GDPR shouldn’t be seen as a unreasonable burden on organisations.   Source: ICO.org.uk

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