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A former employee of a Milton Keynes hospital trust has been prosecuted for accessing patient records without authorisation. Michelle Harrison, of Milton Keynes, inappropriately accessed the records of 12 patients
In a recent landmark case, it was decided that Google must remove search results about a businessman’s criminal conviction. This could have wide-ranging repercussions. A similar claim by a different
Two firms in West Yorkshire have been fined by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for calling people registered with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS). Bradford-based Energy Saving Centre Ltd, which
Elizabeth Denham’s keynote speech at the IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive 2018, London, 18 April 2018 Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham talks to the IAPP about how the ICO is preparing
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has been fined £120,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after it unlawfully identified 943 people who owned vacant properties in the borough.
Welcome from the Information Commissioner It was so good to see around 800 of you at our conference this week, with many more joining in through our live stream. It’s
WebAuthn, short for Web Authentication, is a new web standard that is expected to end the use of passwords. Instead of having to remember lengthy and complex passwords, users will
Elizabeth Denham’s speech at the National Cyber Security Centre’s CYBERUK 2018 event, Manchester Central, 12 April 2018. Introduction If I seem a little comfortable in this spot, it’s perhaps because
Elizabeth Denham’s speech at the Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference on 9 April 2018. Good morning to you all – eight hundred here in the room and thousands more watching our
The Information Commissioner says recent events have demonstrated that data protection and privacy are now more important to the UK public than ever before. Elizabeth Denham was speaking ahead of