UK's proposed data and ICO reforms are surprisingly pro-regulation

Tom Allen
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UK's proposed data and ICO reforms are surprisingly pro-regulation
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UK's proposed data and ICO reforms are surprisingly pro-regulation

There were concerns that reforms could damage privacy and undo the GDPR. Instead, it appears that the government wants to rebuild problem areas while maintaining personal protections

The UK has expanded on its promise to institute a new data regime based on 'common sense' rather than 'box ticking', and given more detail on its plans to overhaul the Information Commisioner's Off...

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