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A UK court has increased the level of fine imposed on a business which made unsolicited marketing calls to people signed up to the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) by 50%. 17 Apr 2015
Nearly a third of UK consumers (32%) would be willing to pay for their personal data to be better protected online, a survey has revealed. 10 Apr 2015
This guide was last updated on 24th November 2009 and concerns a new law for the European Union. Cookie laws in Europe were changed in 2009. The complete final text (96-page PDF) is in a Directive...
The APEC Privacy Framework has been put forward as a foundation on which to build a global privacy framework. The lack of detail in the Framework makes it a shaky foundation that risks creating ...
This guide is based on UK law. It was last updated in June 2011. Cookies are small text files that most websites use to recognise their visitors. A European law of 2002 required that these visitors...
Changes to the rules governing when the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) can fine companies for making unsolicited telephone calls or sending unsolicited text messages will help the UK's privacy watchdog to "make more fines stick", it has said. 07 Apr 2015
Forcing consumers to de-select pre-ticked boxes to prevent businesses collecting, using and disclosing their personal information goes against their "right to informational self determination", a data protection watchdog in Germany has said. 01 Apr 2015
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