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Digital secretary Jeremy Wright sets out plans for scheme using data sharing to tackle global challenges such as illegal wildlife trade and food waste
Insurers have called for clarity from global policymakers about the extent to which they can provide coverage for regulatory fines and penalties, such as those issued for breaches of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Regulator set to review how Eldon and Leave.EU are complying with data protection laws.
Trusted online relationships are essential to the digital economy, but the UK is lagging behind. What needs to be done?
The first of this year’s monthly lists amounts to an impressive 1,769,185,063 leaked records, which – let’s be honest – isn’t the greatest start to the year.
A judge has rejected Yahoo's attempt to draw a line under a series of breaches it experienced between 2013 and 2016.
Deployments of new technologies are putting sensitive corporate data at risk because organisations are struggling to secure these new IT environments, a report confirms
The way personal data is used in criminal investigations is an issue of growing significance. Balancing the huge increase in digital information with our duty to respect privacy and ensure all reasonable lines of inquiry are pursued is an important challenge (Rape victims fear being ‘put on trial’ by phone history, 13 January).
Home improvement retailer B&Q has suffered a data breach affecting 70,000 of its… well, not customers, exactly.
France’s data protection regulator, CNIL, has issued Google a €50 million fine (around $56.8 million USD) for failing to comply with its GDPR obligations. This is the biggest GDPR fine yet to be issued by a European regulator and the first time one of the tech giants has been found to fall foul of the tough new regulations that came into force in May last year.
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