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Top tips to think about now for a merry information rights Christmas

By Laura Middleton, Enforcement Team Manager. “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, Ev’rywhere you go, Take a look at floors one to ten, lots of empty seats there again Let’s hope there isn’t cause to call the ICO.” … Continue reading

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Businesses: how to prepare for the EU reforms

By David Smith, Deputy Commissioner and Director of Data Protection. You may have seen my recent blog offering an update on progress on EU data protection regulation reforms. Negotiations are very much ongoing, but if all goes according to plan, … Continue reading

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Global cooperation will bring local benefit

By Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner Whether it’s buying a DVD from Amazon, a t-shirt from eBay or a song from iTunes – and then telling our friends about our new purchase on Twitter or Facebook – we are increasingly customers … Continue reading

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Ensuring transparency isn’t the cost of outsourcing

By Steve Wood, Head of Policy Delivery.  As talk of austerity continues to echo through the corridors of the public sector, the value of cost savings grows ever-more attractive. And if a CBI report is to be believed, there’s £22.6bn … Continue reading

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ICO blog: The NHS changes in England – What we are doing and what you should know

The health sector continues to be a priority area for us. In the last year alone we have served monetary penalties totalling over a million pounds on health service organisations who have committed serious breaches of the Data Protection Act. … Continue reading

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