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ICO issues fines totalling £220,000 to nuisance marketing firms 1

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has taken action against two nuisance marketing firms, continuing its fight against companies that flout the rules. Separate ICO investigations have resulted in PRS Media,

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New resources launched to help health sector 0

The ICO has launched a new set of resources aimed at improving records management in the health sector. The work was prompted by ICO audits in a broad range of

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Garages, new homes and old offices: the records management mistakes that put health records at risk 0

A quick look through the health cases seen by the ICO enforcement team suggests work to do around garages and decommissioning as well as gigabytes and denial of service attacks.

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ICO’s Wood: GDPR grace period? No way 0

If you were hoping EU regulators are feeling generous ahead of GDPR enforcement, you’re out of luck. Information Commissioner’s Office Head of International Strategy & Intelligence Steve Wood made… This

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Funding Request to Prepare for GDPR 0

More funds for ICO could help UK companies With less than eighteen months to go until the EU General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect, there is a general feeling

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ICO Actions Before GDPR 0

Three data protection moves by the ICO The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is one of many organisations preparing for the GDPR.  As the regulator, they are already taking steps that

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Information Commissioner’s Office prepare for GDPR 0

Elizabeth Denham’s keynote speech on GDPR The UK’s Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, spoke at the National Association of Data Protection and Freedom of Information Officers (NADPO) Annual Conference on 21

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