Data protection

I always suspected that I’d be one of those “cool” mums. [...]

19 June 2018
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Dixons Carphone is bracing itself for plummeting pre-tax profits this week, as it continues to investigate a devastating [...]

17 June 2018
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Don’t be evil. In 2000, this Google mantra made us smile, smirk, and print a T-shirt or two. [...]

13 June 2018
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Yahoo has been served a fine by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) for £250,000, after a Russian cyber [...]

12 June 2018
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The implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has driven numerous privacy policy updates [...]

11 June 2018
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There have been numerous calls for the advertising industry to clean up its act, particularly when it comes to [...]

11 June 2018
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Hiring in technology, compliance and legal departments across the City is booming as a result of May’s General [...]

11 June 2018
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Computer hacking, ransomware, data breaches, fraud: cyber crime is a bigger problem than ever, and is a concern [...]

7 June 2018
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Johnston Press, owner of newspapers including The i and The Yorkshire Post, saw its shares tumble by more than [...]

5 June 2018
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In a post-Cambridge Analytica world where tech giants have to be increasingly touchy when fingers are pointed [...]

4 June 2018
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Bank TSB may have broken new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) laws after a botched mail out to customers, [...]

1 June 2018
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As Telegram’s dispute with the Russian government over privacy laws continues, CEO Pavel Durov has revealed [...]

31 May 2018
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Tech titans Facebook and Google had already been sued under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) [...]

26 May 2018
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Royal Mail was the FTSE 100's biggest loser this morning, as its stellar recent form was dented by a gloomy [...]

25 May 2018
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I’ve been meaning to clean up my mailbox for a long time. Now, suddenly, it seems to be doing this itself. As [...]

25 May 2018
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The dark web is a strange and confusing place – but it is not that hard to access. After a bit of poking around, [...]

24 May 2018
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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes binding on all EU member states, including the UK, on Friday. [...]

24 May 2018
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The UK is seeking a special deal on data protection after it leaves the EU, as it seeks to minimise disruption [...]

23 May 2018
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Have companies underestimated the impact of GDPR, which comes into force on Friday? [...]

23 May 2018
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We're on the home straight with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). [...]

21 May 2018
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Only four out of 14 tech giants invited to help a government consultation on social media regulation showed up [...]

20 May 2018
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Royal Mail today blasted through the £10bn revenue barrier, as continued stellar growth overseas offset a stuttering [...]

17 May 2018
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Most of us will have received emails over the recent weeks from businesses asking us to confirm that we want to [...]

16 May 2018
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Be More Pirate – a book challenging entrepreneurs to draw on the strategy and success of the Golden Age of Pirates [...]

16 May 2018
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No one sends Christmas cards any more do they? Only e-cards. Well, later this year we’ll see if that is still [...]

14 May 2018
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Facebook has so far suspended at least 200 apps as the investigation into data misuse following the Cambridge [...]

14 May 2018
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The way society lives tomorrow is changing today, as companies find new and exciting ways to apply technology [...]

8 May 2018
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RECENT scandals around the use of private personal data and incoming regulations such as the EU’s General Data [...]

30 April 2018
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Three hours and 27 minutes into Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before the Senate, senator Dan Sullivan pressed [...]

26 April 2018
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Leading MEP Guy Verhofstadt is a troublemaker when it comes to Brexit, set on making life difficult for Britain [...]

19 April 2018
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