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ICO fines home security company for making thousands of nuisance calls 0

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined Smart Home Protection Ltd £90,000 for making nuisance calls to people registered with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS). Source: ico.org.uk

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What You Need to Know about GDPR Article 32 0

My last blog (GDPR compliance for cybersecurity professionals) was dedicated to all the IT security professionals out there who drew the short straw and are now the proud owner of their company’s GDPR compliance program (even though the EU’s General Data Protection

Former customer services officer fined after unlawfully accessing personal data 0

A former customer services officer at Stockport Homes Limited (SHL) has been found guilty of unlawfully accessing personal data without a legitimate reason to do so. Source: ico.org.uk

G20 Side Event – International Seminar on Personal Data 0

Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham’s speech at the G20 Side Event – International Seminar on Personal Data in Tokyo on 3 June 2019. Source: ico.org.uk

Blog: Counting the cost of accessing environmental information 0

At the beginning of May, Parliament declared a ‘climate change emergency’ and concerns about the environment make news headlines almost every day. So it’s more important than ever that people are able to get the information they need to take

When it comes to explaining AI decisions, context matters 0

Blogger post:  Alex Hubbard, Senior Policy Officer at the ICO, looks at some of the key themes identified in the ICO and The Alan Turing Institute’s interim report about explanations of AI decisions. Source: ico.org.uk

GDPR: One year on and where’s it gone? 0

GDPR was the hot topic of 2018, but what now? Nobody seems to be talking about it, but it hasn’t gone anywhere. As GDPR drew closer, there were rumours of multi-million pound fines and people being sued over broken rules

GDPR – one year on 0

Last May marked a seismic shift in privacy and information rights with the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018. Source: ico.org.uk

Stay GDPR Compliant with JazzHR 0

What does the GDPR cover? The European Union has identified concerns surrounding data security and has put a new regulation, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in place to protect its citizens. This legislation goes into effect as of May 25,

GDPR fines total €56M in first year as Facebook faces 11 investigations 0

The stats are in for the first year of GDRP, Europe’s gold-standard data privacy law. GDPR fines totalled €56M, with more than 200,000 investigations, 64,000 of which were upheld. However, the fines were dominated by a single case, with most ranging in the

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