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Proposed new EU rules on electronic privacy will be the subject of fierce debate in the coming months as industry, regulators and legislators discuss the degree to which user information can be used when the user has not given consent.
The European Commission has proposed to issue the UK with 'data adequacy' decisions to facilitate the continued free flow of personal data from EU member states to the UK.
The UK government will not introduce new legislation to enable non-profit groups to raise data protection claims on behalf of individuals without their permission, it has confirmed.
Npower customers will have to log in to their accounts on its website after its app was withdrawn following a security breach
The publication of two draft data adequacy decisions brings the UK closer to a final positive decision, which will enable the continued free flow of data between the EU and the UK if green-lit by member states
Data protection experts discuss the consequences of achieving data adequacy between the UK and EU for the UK’s intelligence services and criminal justice sector
New year, new data breaches! 2021 has barely begun and there is already a growing list of significant data breaches that have come to light, with implications for huge numbers of members of the public whose sensitive personal data may have been exposed.
UK-based financial services companies compelled to share information about customers or staff with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) can do so without breaching UK data protection law, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has confirmed.
Data protection claim filed in London against social media giant for its alleged failure to give at least one million users in England and Wales meaningful control over their personal data
Damage from data breaches goes far beyond the impact to the target organisation – an obvious fact that is too often overlooked, says F-Secure
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