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The UK government has said it expects to outline its plans for reform to data protection law this month.
After the European Parliament, the Council today approved a new law to promote the availability of data and build a trustworthy environment to facilitate their use for research and the creation of innovative new services and products.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has found insufficient evidence to prosecute two people suspected of unlawfully obtaining and disclosing CCTV footage from the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC).
Some patients from the Medical Specialist Group in Guernsey have been sent fraudulent emails after a cyber breach.
EU and US agree data privacy framework allowing trans-Atlantic data transfers after US offers concessions on surveillance and new rights of redress for EU citizens
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) today announced fines totalling £405,000 to five companies responsible for over 750,000 unwanted marketing calls targeted at older, vulnerable people. The ICO also issued these companies with enforcement notices that require them to immediately stop making these predatory calls.
A massive leak from one of the world’s biggest private banks, Credit Suisse, has exposed the hidden wealth of clients involved in torture, drug trafficking, money laundering, corruption and other serious crimes.
It’s not yet clear how many customers have been affected, but highly sensitive information has been compromised
Leading criminal law firm Tuckers has been fined £98,000 by the Information Commissioner after a ransomware attack that encrypted nearly a million files exploited its “negligent security practices”.
The search efforts businesses must make to meet data subject access requests (SARS) made under EU data protection law cannot be limited by what they consider to be proportionate, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has said.
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