Updated regulation changes law from requiring an incident to cause immediate threat to life or significant adverse impact on the UK economy, to merely requiring a significant risk or significant impact in relation to service provision, meaning that any...
Dr W Kuan Hon, director in the Privacy, Security & Information Law team at Fieldfisher, answers IT leaders’ enduring questions about GDPR around data erasure, subscriber data and Schrems II
The changes will move British users outside the scope of the EU privacy laws
Twitter discovered the breach in December 2018, but didn't notify the regulator until January 2019
The Travelex ransomware raises the question, once again, of whether organisations should be obliged to provide more information
'GDPR has a clause excepting work in the overwhelming public interest', says Secretary of State for Health Matt Hancock
Brave describes Google's privacy policies as 'hopelessly vague and unspecific'
Trade in 'data enabled services' between the UK and EU is valued at more than £120 billion
Cathay Pacific hit with the largest pre-GDPR fine the ICO can levy for exposing details of 9.4 million customers worldwide between 2014 and 2018
New strategy intended to both fuel the development of AI and data-driven business across the EU, as well as to regulate it
Avast to close Jumpshot data-analytics firm following claims it sold anti-virus users' web-browsing data
Avast CEO Ondrej Vlcek claims he made the decision following a review instigated after he joined seven months ago
European data protection authorities have received more than 160,000 data-breach notifications since GDPR came into force in May 2018
'The company has not reported a data breach,' ICO tells Computing, but adds that they may be required to 'explain why it wasn't reported'
Brexit Party claims it has been the target of a concerted campaign by activists
John Burrowes MBCS, business strategy consultant, iomart, warned the audience at Computing's Cloud & Infrastructure Live conference that they must get on top of their data
Simon Colvin, global head of technology, Media & Telecommunications, at law firm Pinsent Masons explains what cloud providers and customers need to watch out for as regulators step up their stringency
Combined with tracking cookies supplied by Google, push pages enable organisations to identify individual web browsers, claims Brave's Johnny Ryan
The evidence in support of the claim was submitted to Ireland's Data Protection Commission by Brave's Johnny Ryan
Digital transformation means removing the data silos
Ireland's Data Protection Commission to investigate claims of "new, potentially unlawful" uses of personal data harvesting by Windows 10
Biostar 2 database, used for access control by police, defence contractors and banks, found online unprotected and unencrypted
Facial recognition begins creeping roll-out across London with installation on Kings Cross estate and Canary Wharf set to follow
Question marks over GDPR opt-outs for facial recognition surveillance systems springing up across London