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ICO seeks comments on draft Data Protection Impact Assessment guidance

By Ian Deasha, Information Rights Regulatory Development Group Manager. The ICO has for many years championed the benefits of voluntary Privacy Impact Assessments for new, innovative but potentially high-risk types of processing under the Data Protection Act 1998. The new … Continue reading

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Transparency, innovation and building a culture of data confidence and trust

By Jo Pedder, Interim Head of Policy Delivery. It is often argued that if people are increasingly willing to share information on social media and to allow their data to be collected by mobile apps, they’re presumably less concerned about … Continue reading

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Revised code looks at privacy notices

By Jo Pedder, Group Manager, Policy Delivery. Following Data Protection Day last Thursday, it seems like the perfect opportunity to announce the publication of the ICO’s revised Privacy notices code of practice for consultation. The consultation will be running from … Continue reading

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New technologies mean new CCTV code

By Jonathan Bamford, Head of Strategic Liason. UPDATE, 01/07/2014: Our consultation on updating our CCTV Code of Practice has now ended. We are currently considering the responses received with a view to publishing an updated version of our guidance later … Continue reading

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ICO blog: Using public concerns and self-reported incidents to regulate information rights practice.

‘We’re going to adjust our focus to what we can do for the many by acting on the concerns expressed by individuals. We’re keen to learn more from casework and tackle systemic problems ahead of individual lapses.’ So said Christopher … Continue reading

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