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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

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

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

Enabling access, erasure, and rectification rights in AI systems 0

Reuben Binns, our Research Fellow in Artificial Intelligence (AI), discusses the challenges organisations may face in implementing mechanisms in AI systems that allow data subjects to exercise their rights of access, rectification and erasure Source: ico.org.uk

ICO raids business suspected of illegal pension cold calls 0

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) searched a business premises in Chichester today as part of an investigation into the making of nuisance calls related to pensions. Source: ico.org.uk

International Day for the Universal Access to Information 2019 0

Today marks the annual commemoration of the ‘International Day for the Universal Access to Information’. This year’s theme is ‘Leaving No One Behind!’ and looks at how we can ensure innovation and new technologies help broaden access to information. Source:

Dirwy a hysbysiad gorfodi i Superior Style Home Improvements 0

Mae Swyddfa’r Comisiynydd Gwybodaeth (ICO) wedi rhoi dirwy o £150,000 i gwmni ffenestri dwbl o Abertawe am wneud galwadau niwsans. Source: ico.org.uk

Superior Style Home Improvements fined and issued with enforcement notice 0

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined a Swansea double-glazing company £150,000 for making nuisance calls. Source: ico.org.uk

Privacy attacks on AI models 0

Reuben Binns, our Research Fellow in Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Andrew Paterson, Principal Technology Adviser, discuss new security risks associated with AI, whereby the personal data of the people who the system was trained on might be revealed by the

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