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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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