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UK consumers are willing to pay a small fee per month to have control of the data they share with Google and Facebook
Investigations are ongoing into a 125GB data breach that hit livestreaming platform Twitch, apparently the work of hacktivists
In its response to the government’s data protection consultation, the Information Commissioner’s Office has raised worries over its future ability to function independently of government interference
A data privacy and compliance expert considers what the ICO’s proposals for an overhaul of cookie consent procedures could mean for businesses
The UK government has made strong statements about the nation’s post-Brexit data strategy but must be careful not to undermine its global credibility
A second breach of data relating to Afghan citizens at risk of Taliban reprisals has been reported by the Ministry of Defence
Exposure of PII on Afghan interpreters who worked with the UK may put hundreds at risk of Taliban reprisals
The ICO has today announced fines totalling £495,000 to well-known companies that between them sent more than 354 million nuisance messages.
The UK government plans to strip a series of “administrative burdens” from data protection law in a move that would enshrine the concept of more flexible, risk-based ‘privacy management’ into legislation.
The UK government is considering withdrawing the requirement for consent to cookies from UK law.
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