Why BA and Marriott were hit with massive GDPR fines - and how you can avoid one

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Coffin Mew's Guy Cartwright explains why BA and Marriott have hit with big GDPR fines - and what you can do to minimise yours if the worst comes to the worst

This week, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) announced its intention to fine British Airways more than £183 million and Marriott International over £99 million for separate breaches of th...

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