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30 Apr 2012
Organisations that believe anti-corruption laws introduced in the UK last year are not being enforced are too blasé and risk falling foul of the rules, an expert has said. Meanwhile, managers have claimed that the laws put UK firms at a disadvantage....
The UK's data protection watchdog is to pool the complaints it receives from consumers about the data protection practices of individual businesses in order to increase the level of regulator "action" it takes in the private sector, the Information Commissioner...
27 Apr 2012
More than 30 websites domains used by criminals to sell stolen credit and debit card and online bank account information have been shut down following an international collaboration by law enforcement bodies.
The UK Government will have to create a new exemption to the rules for processing sensitive personal data in order to facilitate any new "fast-track mechanism" for data sharing by its departments and public bodies, an expert has said.
The UK's data protection watchdog has defended its policy of issuing fines after newly released figures suggested private sector organisations are issued with disproportionately fewer fines than local Government ones.
26 Apr 2012
A controversial international treaty aimed at combating intellectual property (IP) rights infringements does not provide adequate data protection and privacy safeguards for individuals, a privacy watchdog has said.
24 Apr 2012
The Information Commissioner's Office is to investigate an apparent breach of data protection laws after personal information belonging to runners of the London Marathon was accidentally published on the organisers' website.
Sky News' admission that it hacked into the emails of a man who faked his own death is to be investigated by the UK's broadcast regulator.
EU laws on the retention of communications data do not prevent internet service providers (ISPs) disclosing information to copyright holders that could enable those rights holders to identify illegal file-sharers, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has...
Gambling regulator the Gambling Commission is consulting on proposed changes to its guidance for licensing authorities.