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The ICO seized hundreds of SIM cards today, after raiding a SIM farm in offices in Wolverhampton.
A man has lost his appeal for a Newsquest newspaper to remove an archived story on his fraud conviction from its website.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published a new security report highlighting eight of the most common IT security vulnerabilities that have resulted in organisations failing to keep people’s information secure.
According to the 2014 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, 85 percent of point-of-sale intrusions took weeks to discover and 43 percent of web application attacks took months to discover.
A poll on the website of CIFAS – the UK’s Fraud Prevention Service — has revealed a less than clear picture regarding people’s appetite for organisations using more of their personal data to prevent fraud.
The European Union's Data Protection Regulation reforms are edging ever closer to reality but, as a new study reveals, awareness among UK businesses is lower than expected.
The theft involved information, including bank account details, relating to thousands of members of its staff and later published online on Thursday.
Simon Hughes’ speech given at Manchester Central Convention Centre to ICO's Data Protection Practitioner Conference.
Her Majesty the Queen has approved the re-appointment of Christopher Graham as the Information Commissioner for a period of two years commencing 29 June 2014.
Can the Data Protection Act 1998 ("DPA") be used to prevent a respected NGO from reporting allegations of corruption by a multi-billion dollar international mining conglomerate?
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