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Weekly News Recap – August 26-30

The Irish Data Protection Commission pleased with the Examinations Commission

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New research shows high profile GDPR fines impact UK cybersecurity spend

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Data protection lessons from Ireland’s Public Services Card

The Irish Data Protection Commissioner finally made a ruling on the controversial Public Services Card probe (PSC) that described the current actions so far. The PSC has proven controversial: introduced in 2012 for welfare claimants, it’s use expanded to more and more uses….

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Google, Intel and Microsoft to form a Data Protection Consortium

The recent developments in the data protection world has pushed the companies-giants Google, Intel, Microsoft and seven other companies to formed the Confidential Computing Consortium in order to help in “defining and accelerating” open source…

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HSBC fined by data protection commissioner for investigating employee’s bank accounts

The notorious HSBC, involved in numerous money-laundering scandal over the recent years, is now subject of data protection issues…

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