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DATA PROTECTION

Small business given first GDPR fine

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued the first GDPR penalty to a small business, totalling £275,000. As well as leaving personal data outside, another error was made. What was it? More...

DATA PROTECTION

ICO guidance on the right of access

GDPR

£40,000 fine for sending unwanted e-mails

DATA PROTECTION

Worker jailed for data breaches

In the first case of its kind, an employee has been imprisoned for misusing customers’ personal information following an Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) prosecution. What do you need to know and do as a result? More...

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Could you be liable if employee data is misused?

Most small businesses hold a variety of employee personal data, for example, address and payroll information. If a staff member misuses this data without your knowledge, can you be held responsible for their actions? More...

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The GDPR: reporting data breaches

You’ve heard that when the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force businesses will have to self-report every personal data breach to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). Is this true? More...

DATA PROTECTION

Q&A - must we have a data protection officer?

DATA PROTECTION

GDPR: changes and new fees

The Data Protection Act 1998 requires companies to tell the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) how they process personal data. Will it be the same under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? More...

DATA PROTECTION

Free GDPR helpline from the ICO

DATA PROTECTION

Companies fined for checking customer details

Last updated: 31.03.2020

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