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UK regulator fines Cathay Pacific £500k for data breaches 0

The data protection watchdog said that between October 2014 and May 2018 the airline’s computer systems lacked appropriate security measures which led to customers’ personal details being exposed, 111,578 of

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Sweden fines Google $8 million for right-to-be-forgotten violations and demands it keep websites in the dark 0

Sweden’s Data Protection Authority (DPA) has slapped Google with a 75 million kronor ($8 million) fine for “failure to comply” with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) after the internet

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Fighting fake reviews: 72% of consumers want ‘GDPR-like’ fines 0

Almost three quarters (72%) of consumers feel the retail sector needs a new set of standards to combat fake reviews, according to new research. The study, conducted by digital marketing

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Polish School Fined for Collecting Student’s Fingerprints for Lunch Payments 0

A primary school in the city of Gdansk, Poland, has been fined $5,200 under Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) after it was discovered it was collecting students’ biometric fingerprint

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Labour Party could be fined up to £15m by the ICO after leadership contender is reported over alleged data breach 0

The Labour Party could be fined up to £15 million by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after one of the contenders in the leadership race was accused of a breach

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Brexit and GDPR 0

Brexit has finally been ‘done’ but what can we data protection lawyers look forward to? Can we bin the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) along with our red EU

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ICO imposes maximum pre-GDPR fine on major UK retailer: cybersecurity lessons for retailers (and other organisations) 0

Last month the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the UK data protection regulator, imposed a monetary penalty notice of £500,000 on electronics retailer DSG Retail Limited (DSG), a company better known

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Not so fine after all 0

The real test of GDPR will be less about the level or number of fines enacted as the number of breaches reported, writes Dominic Mills as he looks at the

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GDPR heralds new age of robust data management 0

Even collecting data about or dealing with a person of European nationality falls under the new regulations, says Stuart Pearce, MD of data specialist TD Global. T he age of

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Cyprus: Twice Warned, Once Bitten – Using The Bradford Formula In The GDPR Era 0

What would you do as an employer if someone was to warn you, not once but twice, that unless you stopped following a certain staff monitoring method you could end

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