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Weekly News Recap 15-21 December

 

Data breach whistle-blowers rise after GDPR

General Data Protection Regulation has given people the courage to notify the authorities on any data breaches that otherwise may have gone under their radar. According to law firm RPC, there has been a 165 per cent increase in the number of whistle-blower reports since …

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The Impact of Data Protection on Children

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Data protection and Brexit – ICO advice for organisations

Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham sets out how the ICO is helping businesses, particularly SMEs, prepare for a possible no-deal Brexit...

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Public consultation on children’s data protection rights will begin next week

THE DATA PROTECTION Commission will begin public consultation on the processing of children’s personal data and their data protection rights under GDPR next week. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May. The EU’s all-encompassing data regulation gave citizens heightened control over their own…

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Facebook Maybe Facing Billion Euro Fine after DPC Probe into Photo Leak

Ireland’s data protection commissioner launched an investigation into the newest Facebook privacy breach affecting 6, 8 million people. The new breach seems to have been caused by a photo API bug that may have affected people who used Facebook Login and granted permission to third-party apps to access their photos…

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