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GDPR meets the connected car 0

The challenge for automobile makers is to ensure they can keep using data without violating the data rights of their customers. They say you can tell a lot about someone

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Openness by Design: ICO’s access to information strategy is published for consultation 0

A blog by Director of Freedom of Information Gill Bull to introduce the ICO’s proposed strategy for Freedom of Information and invite comments to inform a final version. Source: ico.org.uk

ICO calls for nominations for the second Practitioner Award for Excellence in Data Protection 0

The Information Commissioner is calling for nominations for the second Practitioner Award for Excellence in Data Protection. Source: ico.org.uk

GDPR mistakes: the small business errors that could result in a hefty fine 0

We’re now more than seven months on from the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline on 25 May 2018 – how confident are you that your small business is fully compliant? A new survey of 1,000 small business owners

Law changes on pension cold calling 0

Cold calls about pensions are now illegal in some circumstances following a change in the law. Source: ico.org.uk

Coffee with Privacy Pros: DPO vs. CPO. Lawyer vs. Technician. The Dualities of Privacy. 0

Like many privacy professionals, Robert Gratchner got his start in the industry accidentally but not surreptitiously. His bachelor’s in economics, master’s in finance and work experience in corporate audits at large technology companies – namely Intel where he began his

What 2019 holds for Facebook 0

Great news for Facebook: 2018 is over. Bad news: 2019 has begun. This year, the apologies will make way for accountability, and the talk of regulation will (potentially) turn to action. But what does that mean exactly? How severe might

Technology Company Strikes $50 Million Settlement In Data Breach Litigation 0

On October 22, an email service provider agreed to pay $50 million to settle a class action in the Northern District of California related to a trio of data breaches involving unauthorized access to usernames, passwords, and other private data

Is the ICO fit for purpose? 0

The information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham has serious questions to answer. The National Landlords alliance has written to her on behalf of its members and with respect to two specific complaints by members one of whom is an elected public official.

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