Data & Information E-Alerts: Disclosure and Barring Service error leads to unnecessary disclosure of sensitive information; and more
Addleshaw Goddard has released the latest edition of its Data & Information E-Alerts.
- Disclosure and Barring Service error leads to unnecessary disclosure of sensitive information
- Kent Police fined £100,000 after interview tapes abandoned at former station
- Health sector data protection audits highlight areas for improvement
- Campaign groups reminded of need to abide by privacy rules during Scottish referendum debate
- Marketing companies punished after hiding identity while making nuisance calls
- House of Commons Culture Media and Sport Committee: Report on Online Safety
- European Commission Speech: the data gold rush
- Greek Presidency: the Data Economy and the massive potential it brings to Europe
Click on the link below to read the Addleshaw Goddard briefing.
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