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It was announced in January 2020 that the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) would be fining high street retailer Dixons Carphone the maximum pre GDPR data breach fine of £500,000.
Specific guidance on the pursuit of "data rights" against an insolvent company would help insolvency practitioners comply with UK data protection law.
Eight million sales records belonging to UK and EU consumers left exposed due to misconfigured server
Collaboration between police forces and private entities on facial recognition technology comes under scrutiny by the Home Office’s Biometrics and Forensics Ethics Group
A Virgin Media database containing the personal details of 900,000 people was left unsecured and accessible online for 10 months, the company has admitted.
Up to 620,000 Tesco Clubcard accounts may have been subject to fraudulent activity, the supermarket has said.
Some customers of credit history-building tool Loqbox have had personal and financial data compromised after the firm was hit by a "sophisticated and complex" cyber attack.
New laws to spur data-driven innovation by Europe's businesses, the introduction of a single 'rulebook' for cloud providers, and risk-based rules governing the use of artificial intelligence (AI) are among plans contained in the European Commission's wide-ranging new digital strategy.
The number of complaints made to Ireland's data protection regulator increased by 75% last year, while number of data breach notifications nearly doubled, according to its annual report.
Customers of Clearview AI, a controversial startup that scrapes and sells billions of photos of people from social media to police forces, have found themselves at the centre of a major data breach
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