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New data protection laws put people first

Today (25 May) marks the biggest change to UK data protection law in a generation. ...

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Medical centre fined for abandoning sensitive information in empty building

Bayswater Medical Centre (BMC) in London has been fined £35,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after it left highly sensitive medical information in an empty building. The personal data, which included medical records, prescriptions and patient-identifiable medicine, was left…...

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Beyond 2018 – data protection laws built to last

Elizabeth Denham welcomes the new Data Protection Act 2018 alongside the GDPR. Organisations and data protection professionals could use this as an introduction to the new Act. ...

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Former recruitment consultant prosecuted for stealing personal data from his old employer

A former recruitment consultant has been fined for unlawfully taking personal data from his employer when he left his job to set up his own rival business. ...

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The University of Greenwich fined £120,000 by Information Commissioner for “serious” security breach

The University of Greenwich has been fined £120,000 by the Information Commissioner following a “serious” security breach involving the personal data of nearly 20,000 people - among them students and staff. ...

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CPS fined £325,000 after losing victim interview videos

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has been fined £325,000 by the ICO after they lost unencrypted DVDs containing recordings of police interviews. ...

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Facial recognition technology

In this blog, I want to focus particularly about how facial recognition technology is used in law enforcement.  ...

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Blog: raising the bar - consent under GDPR

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Raising the bar – consent under the GDPR

Steve Wood, Deputy Information Commissioner, introduces detailed guidance on consent. ...

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