ICO fines Bank of Scotland for 'unforgivable' breach of Data Protection Act

Danny Palmer
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Bank continually sent faxes containing customer details to the wrong address

The Bank of Scotland has been fined by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) for breaching the Data Protection Act, following repeated instances of customer details being sent to the wrong re...

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