Mike Bradford, Founder of Regulatory Strategies and BIIA’s expert on privacy and data protection keeps us up to date with news from the United Kingdom data protection front.  It appears that the United Kingdom has a very effective Information Commissioner’s organization based on the latest headlines.

To download Mike’s commentary click on this link:  Newsletter – Nov 18

  • UK regulator fines Facebook for failing to protect users’ personal information
  • EU and US begin second annual review of Privacy Shield
  • EDPS: expect first GDPR fines soon
  • Be transparent, says UK Deputy Commissioner, and you may avoid trouble
  • New data protection self-assessment checklist for sole traders
  • ICO fines firm £90,000 for nuisance emails
  • ICO guidance on GDPR exemptions
  • ICO takes action for failure to pay new data protection fee
  • Morrisons loses appeal against class action data breach
  • Bupa fined £175,000 for systemic data protection failures
  • Heathrow Airport Limited fined £120,000 for serious failings in its data protection practices

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