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The UK privacy watchdog has confirmed that Facebook has escaped a fine of more than $1bn under the GDPR, but will face the maximum under the DPA for failing to protect users’ personal information
Lessons can be learned in the financial services sector from the rush to update contracts to account for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) taking effect earlier this year.
In his opening keynote at the second day of the Future Decoded conference in London, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella called on the industry to make privacy a core value.
The EU data protection laws are helping to drive data protection maturity internationally, but five months after enforcement many companies are still playing catch-up
A recent statement issued by British Airways calls into question whether the data breach reported last month will be considered a 'personal data breach' under GDPR
Responding to a breach is not just about data, it is about taking care of, and protecting, customers
British Airways has revealed its August 2018 data breach affected 185,000 more customers than first thought, bringing the total number of victims to more than 500,000.
Customers who made reward bookings using a payment card between 21 April and 28 July this year may be at risk
This week’s Court of Appeal decision that Morrisons was vicariously liable for a serious data breach by a disgruntled employee has got employers worried.
The Court of Appeal has upheld a verdict that could make employers vicariously liable for employees’ actions even if they had taken preventative steps and bore no criminal responsibility.
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