Data protection

Pro EU campaign group Open Britain is facing questions over the use of its members’ data following the creation [...]

27 April 2017
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In the last week I, curly locks and all, have received marketing for a hair loss product, a personality test from [...]

24 April 2017
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Businesses are being urged to tighten up their online security, as a new survey by management consultancy Oliver [...]

18 April 2017
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Much of the discussion around the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has, with good reason, focused on [...]

10 April 2017
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The triggering of Article 50 marks another moment in an uncertain cybersecurity landscape. The start of negotiations [...]

5 April 2017
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Earlier this year an American university noticed its internet was faltering, and essentially unusable. [...]

31 March 2017
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Over the last 20 years Ireland has established itself as The Data Capital of Europe; with an impressive cluster [...]

28 March 2017
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The lugubrious ticking of my internal GDPR Doomsday Clock struck a minute closer to midnight last week. [...]

20 March 2017
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We've all been told at least once in our lives not to “judge a book by its cover”. [...]

20 March 2017
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Economist John Maynard Keynes once suggested, tongue only just in his cheek, that if governments want to create [...]

2 March 2017
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The Queen has officially opened the National Cyber Security Centre, a government nerve centre that aims to protect [...]

15 February 2017
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There is no denying that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) marks a great step forward for data protection [...]

13 February 2017
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Talk of calamity befalling corporate Britain as we negotiate our EU exit is typically overblown. [...]

10 February 2017
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Eclipsed by the rising moons of Trump and Brexit, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is approaching [...]

9 February 2017
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There are around 4m homeworkers in the UK, amounting to just over 13 per cent of our current workforce. [...]

30 January 2017
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After drinking a tad too much, you flop into bed in the early hours. [...]

20 January 2017
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Privacy laws which only apply to telecoms companies could soon be extended to cover newer digital services such [...]

10 January 2017
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Regulators have fined insurance giant RSA for losing the personal information of almost 60,000 customers. [...]

10 January 2017
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You don't need us to tell you it’s been a year for surprises. [...]

20 December 2016
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At the dawn of the internet, Google and Yahoo were in stiff competition for search dominance. [...]

19 December 2016
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Yahoo's year has gone from bad to worse in the last 24 hours after revealing it had broken records and been the [...]

15 December 2016
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Dubbed the “Brexit Budget,” this year’s Autumn Statement was one of few surprises – other than that it [...]

5 December 2016
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The way businesses harness data is invariably compared to the extraction of valuable minerals: a gold rush, or [...]

28 November 2016
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