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Mobike the bike sharing company of China is under investigation by the data regulators in Germany over reservations that the company is not in line with European data protection law. Mobike’s idiosyncratic orange bikes become very common in 23 cities across Europe including London, Paris, Madrid, Milan and Rotterdam. The company claims that they have... Read this post.
Several retailers may be on the verge of breaking data protection rules with their e-receipts, said the consumer body Which? Many retailers have the service for sending receipts on email to the costumers, but the rules are tightened in May when the General Data Protection Regulation came into action. Which? said many big names on... Read this post.
A former headteacher has landed himself in a tough situation by downloading personal data of his old students. He has been accused by UK’s data watchdog of data breach without having any reason. In actual he downloaded data from two different primary schools on a USB stick then transferred it to his new workplace where... Read this post.
Organisations providing services and construction are amongst the first sectors to be fined by the ICO for not paying the data protection fee. All the organisations must have to pay the annual fee to the ICO if they process personal data unless exempted. Otherwise, they could be fined up to £4,350. They are fined for... Read this post.
In his State of the Union Address, Jean-Claude Juncker, European Commission President aptly said, “Cyber-attacks can be more dangerous to the stability of democracies and economies than guns and tanks.” His statement is 100% true! Online privacy and security (under NIS directive 2018) of the general public are among the topmost concerns for the governments... Read this post.
After 20 long years, the privacy landscape in the UK is finally getting a much needed upgrade with the EU Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018). Naturally, the question on everyone’s mind is – is it the same as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and what will happen after UK moves out of the... Read this post.