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Pacnet security breach could spur interest from a number of Asian privacy watchdogs, says expert

Data protection authorities from across Asia could show interest in a data breach experienced by the Hong Kong and Singapore-based telecoms and data centre operator Pacnet, an expert has said. 22 May 2015

Three-tiered system of data protection fines being considered by EU law makers, says leaked document

The financial penalties levied on businesses for breaching new EU data protection laws could vary depending on the nature of non-compliance, under plans being considered by EU law makers. 22 May 2015

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EU data protection reforms will not lead to flood of major fines, says UK watchdog

A stiffening of the financial penalties data protection authorities (DPAs) can impose on companies for breaking data protection laws will not lead to a flood of penalties being levied on businesses after new EU data protection laws are introduced, the UK's... 21 May 2015

Over 1,000 complaints about pension cold-calling made this year, says UK privacy watchdog

Over 1,000 people have already complained to the Information Commissioner's Office about unsolicited calls and texts relating to their pensions this year, the UK's privacy watchdog has said. 19 May 2015

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