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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance should be a priority and high on every organisation’s agenda with less than two months until the regulation comes into effect on 25 May
Simon McDougall highlights three areas of concern in the adtech industry and invites stakeholders to a fact-finding forum. Source: ico.org.uk
Organisations have been reminded they could face a criminal prosecution if they fail to respect the public’s legal right to access their personal information. Source: ico.org.uk
Paul Arnold, Deputy CEO, explains to small businesses why they need to pay the data protection fee. Source: ico.org.uk
The two companies which traded under the name of Go Skippy Insurance will now face ICO auditing action The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined Leave.EU and Arron Banks a combined sum of £120,000, following investigations into the companies’ marketing
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued fines totalling £120,000 to an EU referendum campaign and an insurance company for serious breaches of electronic marketing laws and is set to review how both are complying with data protection laws. Source:
You’ll have to forgive my ignorance—but what is an appropriate gift for Data Privacy Day? Perhaps an encrypted portable drive? That might not be a bad idea, but what I have for you instead is the collected wisdom of a
Elizabeth Denham’s speech at a Parliamentary Internet, Communication and Technology Forum event held in partnership with the ICO and the APPG for Data Analytics. Source: ico.org.uk
Innovative data protection projects funded by the ICO are making a real difference to public trust and confidence in privacy issues. Source: ico.org.uk
On the day of the Super Blood Moon, the French data regulatory authority (CNIL) imposed a financial penalty of EUR 50 million against Google France and made the full text of the punitive decision public for two years. This is