By Carl Brown2020-10-16T08:43:00+01:00
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined British Airways (BA) £20m for failing to protect the personal and financial details of more than 400,000 of its customers.
Payments remaining a private matter emerged as the leading concern Europeans have about proposals by the European Central Bank (ECB) to introduce a digital Euro.
The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has found many aspects of the United Kingdom’s data protection framework to be ‘essentially equivalent’ to the European Union’s but has also recommended several areas are further assessed.
Washington’s Privacy Act has not been passed by the state’s House of Representatives, meaning Sunday’s deadline to advance the bill this session has been missed.
The social media platform LinkedIn has denied it has had a data breach following reports that information from 500m profiles have been posted in a hacker forum.
India is one of the world’s largest data-generating countries and is on the cusp of enacting a new Data Protection Law. PrivSec Report examines what it could all mean.
The Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner in Australia, Angelene Falk, has found the Department of Home Affairs interfered with the privacy of 9,251 asylum seekers by mistakenly releasing their personal information
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