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£40,000 fine for sending unwanted e-mails


The GDPR’s post-Brexit effect

The GDPR has been in force for nearly a year. What’s going to happen to it when we leave the EU and will a “no deal” situation make any difference? More...


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...


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...


Is an advisory visit from the ICO a good idea?

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is offering small and medium-sized businesses a free one-day advisory visit to help them improve their data protection practices. Sound like a good idea? More...


ICO’s new GDPR lawful basis guidance tool


The GDPR: ICO’s guidance on consent

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued new guidance on consent under the GDPR. Why should those who are responsible for data protection in your business read and follow it? More...


Q&A - the GDPR and data subject access requests


GDPR: your register of breaches

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. Will you have to keep your own register of personal data breaches from that date? More...
Last updated: 13.12.2019

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