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Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) has fined WhatsApp €225 million for failings of transparency under EU data protection laws and ordered the company to amend its practices within three months.
The leak of a database of 61 million users of health-tracking devices includes records on individuals located in the UK
Information Commissioner’s Office to be reformed to help drive economic growth and innovation and strengthen public trust in use of data
DCMS is launching a major consultation on proposed changes to the UK’s data protection regime, under which several key elements of the GDPR are likely to change
Airbus CyberSecurity CTO Paddy Francis explores the impact of regulation on data protection, and how it has changed how one goes about optimising data privacy in the enterprise
Outgoing information commissioner Elizabeth Denham will call on her equivalents across the G7 group of countries to collaborate on an overhaul of cookie consent pop-ups
The apparent business benefits of pursuing data adequacy agreements around the world may not be as enticing as they at first appear
Irish data protection watchdog has issued one of the largest GDPR fines to date against Facebook-owned WhatsApp
The UK government is to consult on proposed changes to UK data protection law.
Organisations will be able to transfer personal data from the UK to the US more freely than they are able to currently under plans outlined by the UK government.
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