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Half a million reasons to beware!

Today was the day that the ICO’s got the power to fine companies for data breaches with the amendments to the Data Protection Act finally coming into force.  With the UK somewhat behind some of the EC this brings us closer in line with the the European Commissions E-privacy directive that the UK signed up to some years ago to uphold the privacy of individuals and specifically personally identifiable data.…

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UK businesses under increasing pressure to step up data privacy

The European Commission (EC) have publicly stated that the UK Government is not adequately enforcing European data privacy laws and is ready to clamp down on them in 2 months time.  Reported on the Infosecurity web site and backed up by our recent discussions with the ICO; next year is likely to be the year in which Enterprises feel the full force of European legislation regarding the data privacy.…

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